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Re^9: Hash Question

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 09, 2013 at 13:05 UTC ( #1012475=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^8: Hash Question
in thread Hash Question

hey choroba, I've tried adding curly brackets but i still cannot figure out what the issue is, please help? Thank you

Have you read perlintro?

for ( ... ) { # start something

    for ( ... ) { ... }

} # end something

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Re^10: Hash Question
by perlnoobster (Sexton) on Jan 09, 2013 at 13:33 UTC
    Hello Anonmous monk, I'm making progress:
    foreach (<$ah>) { my @text = split(/\t/); for my $value (@text[11, 14, 17]) { if ($bHash{ $text[3] } eq $value) { $bHash{ $text[0] } = $value; last; } print OUT2 join( "\t", @text[1,2,3,4,11,5,6,8,7,11,12]),"\t1\t1\n" +; } } close $ah;
    it works however the results seem to be duplicated? Thank you
      That's strange, even if I use just the original column i.e. 11 the results are generated but not correctly:
      foreach (<$ah>) { my @text = split(/\t/); for my $value (@text[11]) { if ($bHash{ $text[3] } eq $value) { $bHash{ $text[0] } = $value; last; } print OUT2 join( "\t", @text[1,2,3,4,11,5,6,8,7,11,12]),"\t1\t1\n" +; } } close $ah;

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