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Thank you. That was helpful.
This is requirement.
1. I have data in DB
ex: of data in DB.
Student|Subject|Marks aaa|eur|100 aaa|usd|90 aaa|eur|101 aaa|usd|80 aaa|eur|90 --------- bbb|usd|80 bbb|usd|100
So Mapping goes like below:
aaa->eur->100 aaa->eur->101 aaa->eur->90 aaa->usd->90 aaa->usd->80

Output will be : 1.If level=2
aaa,eur,sum(100,101,90) aaa,usd,sum(90,80)
so on..

2.If level is 3, we have more detailed level
aaa,eur,100,sum(gg) aaa,eur,100,sum(hh) aaa,eur,101,sum(gf) aaa,eur,101,sum(s) aaa,eur,90,sum(dd) aaa,eur,90,sum(sf) aaa,usd,90,sum(eq)
Here its the users choice if u want to print at 2 level or 3 level or more..
If level is 4 then we go into detailed level.

Hope this requirement helps
I want to dynamically store the values in arrays and iterate through these arrays and get this values.

In reply to Re^4: How to create loop in perl dynamically by adithi
in thread How to create loop in perl dynamically by adithi

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