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Yes, the code is reaching that point. When i am debugging the code it is giving me output like below
C:\>perl -d 9.pl Loading DB routines from perl5db.pl version 1.3 Editor support available. Enter h or `h h' for help, or `perldoc perldebug' for more help. main::(9.pl:11): my %myhash1 = (); DB<1> n main::(9.pl:12): my %myhash2 = (); DB<1> main::(9.pl:13): my $key; DB<1> main::(9.pl:14): my $val; DB<1> main::(9.pl:16): my $xml = new XML::Simple; DB<1> main::(9.pl:18): my $data1 = $xml->XMLin("sample.xml"); DB<1> main::(9.pl:20): my $data2 = $xml->XMLin("sample2.xml"); DB<1> main::(9.pl:25): open FH5, ">>tagfile1" or die "error in readin +g..debug 1 "; DB<1> main::(9.pl:29): print FH5 Dumper($data1) or die $!; DB<1> main::(9.pl:32): while (<FH5>) main::(9.pl:33): { DB<1> main::(9.pl:43): close FH5;
I am using perl v5.10.0 on windows.

In reply to Re^2: error in printing output of Data::Dumper to file by prlusr
in thread error in printing output of Data::Dumper to file by prlusr

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