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Re^2: trying to identify the exact data stored from dump - [ ' ];by asham (Novice)
|on Jan 12, 2014 at 21:28 UTC||Need Help??|
Hi, Thanks for the help. I was able to resolve \b issue. But now I am running into similar territory again. :(
1) In one of the data (array reference) being obtained by me, I am getting something like below: (Dumper output for an array reference)
2) the same when printed using Data::Dumper->Dump($arrayReference) gave me following:
And scalar (@$arrayReference) returned 2.
a) Just wondering in what case $VAR1 will not be showing at all? There are two elements and none of the output above, mention about one element at all.
b) What is the best way to get the Data Dump? Am I missing something? till now I had pretty good vibe about Data::Dumper.
Note: here $Data::Dumper::Useqq = 1; too
I am also trying by using $Data::Dumper::Indent=0 to see if that gives me some clue about space or something in Dumper output. But not sure if that will really be helpful for that hidden element.
My sincere apologies for such trivial questions. and thanks a lot for your time.