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Try to check content of the hash:

use strict; my $test = 'The brown fox int(10) over float(200) fence.'; my %dict = ( 'brown' => 'yellow', /int(\d+)/ => 'int', /float(\d+)/ => 'float', ); use Data::Dumper; warn Dumper \%dict; __END__ $VAR1 = { 'int' => 'float', 'brown' => 'yellow' };
And if you'd use warnings...

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my %dict = ( 'brown' => 'yellow', qr/int(\d+)/ => 'int', qr/float(\d+)/ => 'float', );

Update: And what you actually want, if I got you right, is:

use strict; my $test = 'The brown fox int(10) over float(200) fence.'; my %dict = ( 'brown' => 'yellow', 'int\(\d+\)' => 'int', 'float\(\d+\)' => 'float', ); for my $i ( keys %dict ) { $test =~ s/$i/$dict{$i}/gi; } print "$test\n";

In reply to Re: Hash of Regex by zwon
in thread Hash of Regex by bichonfrise74

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