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my(my ??) was just a typo, thank you both you helped a lot. Can you please also suggest how can I firstly sort this structure according "outer - %bibliography" hash keys (Forrest1996, Lee2000a) and then according "inner/nested - %article" hash keys (author, abstract, title, year e.g.) I know that if I am printing hash it first prints key and then value and the order cannot be guaranteed, therfore my idea was to iterate over hashes, bud did not work as expected. Code I have so far
for $i (sort keys(%bibliography)){ print "$i", "\n"; #print "$i ", Dumper ($bibliography{"$i"}); for $j (sort keys ($i)){ print "$j\n"; } }
Desired output (during iteration)
$VAR1 = { 'Forrest1996' => { 'abstract' => 'Abstract goes here', 'author' => 'Forrest, Stephanie and Hofme +yr, Steven A. and Anil, Somayaji', 'title' => '{Computer immunology}', 'year' => '1996' }, 'Lee2000a' => { 'abstract' => 'Abstract goes here', 'author' => 'Lee, Wenke and Stolfo, Salvator +e J', 'title' => '{Data mining approaches for intr +usion detection}', 'year' => '2000' }, };
Or is there any better way (structure) to strong this ? Thank you

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in thread Dynamically parse BibTeX and create hash of hash by Anonymous Monk

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