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You are correct. I had meant it in the sense that hashes are unordered and not returned in the same order they are entered, but saying it is random isn't correct.

In reply to Re^3: Get the order of HTTP request headers by Haarg
in thread Get the order of HTTP request headers by arc_of_descent

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