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As well as what bellaire says you might also want to check perldoc for the corect usage of keys and values. The tutorials in perldoc are also really useful - they have good pages on use of complex data structures (like your hash of hashes) and references:

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  • perlref
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    In reply to Re: Trying to pull the key values from a Hash by BioLion
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