If you are talking about the content inside the [..], then I'd agree that it contains an AOH.
From my perspective, the outermost
'main_data' => [...
indicates that it is either a hash or hashref. Of course, the programmer could be misusing the "=>" instead of a comma, making the outermost element an array, but that is marginally perverse.
So. in the absence of information to the contrary, I'll stick with my interpretation of HOAOH.
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