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Re^3: Iterate over a perl nested hash data structure

by aitap (Deacon)
on Feb 20, 2013 at 16:17 UTC ( #1019804=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Iterate over a perl nested hash data structure
in thread Iterate over a perl nested hash data structure

As far as I understand the JSON syntax, your document contains only one array (under 'dev' key) which consists of only one hash (with only one key called 'nfsmount'). All other data structures are hashes, which only allow unique key names.

Thus, you need to print only two hash keys and there is no need in manual listing of all keys in this document. Try this:

use JSON; use Data::Dumper; ...; # open files, read the JSON string my $data = decode_json $your_json_string; for (qw/bigstor_nfs test_nfs/) { # list of keys to search for print {$filehandle} Dumper { $_ => $data->{tag}{dev}[0]{nfsmount}{$_} + } if exists $data->{tag}{dev}[0]{nfsmount}{$_}; # print to prevousely opened filehandle: # the results of "dumping" of anonymous hash reference # containing the key and its value # if this key exists in the main hash }

Sorry if my advice was wrong.

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