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each() has its own problems, and I generally recommend against it in persistent environments like mod_perl. I once ran across a situation where a mod_perl process didn't reset the internal variable used to keep track of the current location for each() (was a long time ago, so I don't remember the specifics). This resulted in the next request on that process to start the search where the previous one left off instead of the beginning.

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In reply to Re^2: keys and values order on a hash by hardburn
in thread keys and values order on a hash by citromatik

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