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Re: return multiple hashes from a sub

by pelagic (Priest)
on Feb 03, 2005 at 14:31 UTC ( #427650=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to return multiple hashes from a sub

Your initialising was wrong; use:
my %hash1 = ( 1=>"foo1", 2=>"bar1" ); ## instead if my %hash1 = { 1=>"foo1", 2=>"bar1" };
... no curlies!

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[ambrus]: thezip: is Activestate Perl usable for your scenario instead?
[MidLifeXis]: Yeah, --notest is good, not sure I would do --force.
[thezip]: It fails 2/10 tests in that group. What are the ramifications if I force it? What should I look for for?
[thezip]: I've migrated from ActiveState to Strawberry. No going back...
[thezip]: I'll try the --notest arg first when I get back from meetings (after lunch).
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[Corion]: thezip: I would expect some (fancier?) numeric formatting to fail from these test failures
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