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Re: Hash of arrays

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 28, 2012 at 14:00 UTC ( #1010706=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Hash of arrays

Most of the time you use hash references, each element of which in this case would contain an array reference. A reference is "a single thing" i.e. "a scalar," yet it can "refer to" anything at all. Perl syntax is flexible and makes it easy to write that.

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[marto]: hmm, there are several universities and colleges handy that I'd have thought would offer such services, given this is out of term time, I've no experience of paying for venues :)
[LanX]: OK ...
[LanX]: I have no idea how Mark scouted, giving that he lives in London ... but I think he mentioned his wife being Scottish
[marto]: ah, so this is payback :P
[LanX]: problem with booking venues is that you only know the number of participants a week in advance. ..
[marto]: I guess most cities have areas similar to this, I tend not to mind personally, but would not go out of my way to head down that way
[marto]: it'll probably be fine.
[marto]: LanX: I appreciate that, it's honestly a difficult thing, a fine balance
[marto]: I'm sure it'll be fun :)
[marto]: of course I can take you to some of the best/worst bars in Glasgow ;)

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