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Comparing two hashes
1. Create an outer for loop on 1st hash.
2. Create an inner for loop on the 2nd hash.
3. If keys and values of 2nd hash element is equal to the 1st hash element, then they are the same.
Sounds like you don't need step 2. at all, since you can simply access the hash item by key.
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