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Your structure and logic is much more complicated than necessary, but I have preserved it, and made a few corrections. Try this one:
use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; my %ex = ( 37 => "p" , 41 => "t", 23 => "s" , 52 => "m", 44 => "a" , 65 => "q", 26 => "d" , 88 => "o" , 99 => "g" , 100 => "l" , 101 => "f" , 201 => "i" ); my @buckets = ( [],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[] ); sub perlhash { my $k = shift @_; my $hash = 0; $hash = ($k % 10); return $hash; } while(my ($k , $v) = each(%ex)) { my $hash = perlhash($k); my $ch = $buckets[$hash]; my $entry; # print Dumper $buckets[$hash]; if(scalar @{$ch} == 0){ $entry = {$k => $v}; }else{ $entry = $ch->[0]; $entry->{$k} = $v ; next; } push @$ch , $entry; } print Dumper \@buckets; print "enter a key u want to search"; chomp(my $k = <STDIN>); my $h = perlhash($k); print "The Key in Slot $h is " . join (",",keys (%{$buckets[$h][0]}) +) . "\n" ;

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In reply to Re: trying to implement hash table. and getting lots of difficulties. plz help me out.......... by NetWallah
in thread trying to implement hash table. and getting lots of difficulties. plz help me out.......... by Priti24

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