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Wow, I didn't know Dumper could be called that way.

print Dumper(json_to_perl($tstJSON));

$VAR1 = { 'cost' => '1029.32', 'more_info' => 'G1', 'strarray' => [ { 'refill_report' => { 'pick_location' => [ { 'inv' => '-25', 'pickid' => '72b921:3d1939' }, { 'inv' => '67', 'pickid' => '6020a6:7f20e0' }, { 'inv' => '72', 'pickid' => '5c0c8b:13a351' }, { 'inv' => '75', 'pickid' => '72c941:3d1938' }, { 'inv' => '-23', 'pickid' => '9020f6:7352d1' } ], vendorid' => '1358301537311', 'date' => 'Thu Jan 16 13:35:32 +0800 2013' }, 'inventory_report' => { 'current_value' => '126.30', 'transactid' => '1358301537312', 'date' => 'Thu Jan 17 13:35:37 +0800 2013', 'refill' => '69.91' } } ], 'prime_name' => "\x{4ea4}at1", 'deviceid' => 'iPad', 'ntype' => '', 'supplierid' => '1358301' };

In reply to Re^2: How to use a json string with nested array and nested hash elements? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to use a json string with nested array and nested hash elements? by Anonymous Monk

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