Have you ever made a coding choice that later you can not rationalize? For several months I have been trying to rationalize my eschewing arrays of hashes in favor of hashes of hashes. I know that I got a handle on hashes of hashes first, since that structure was one of the first concepts I learned when I dove in here years ago. Gradually the feeling has risen up that my sad devotion to HoH is more than likely holding me back. I know that there are places where I should be using AoH instead of HoH though I can not point to a specific example. I have to make sense of AoH before I can put them into use, but whenever I go to do it, I get frustrated with it, end up with another HoH, and move onto other things. I need a new approach to breaking me of this bad habit.
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