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Re^3: is it an array?

by rkrieger (Friar)
on Jan 20, 2010 at 20:57 UTC ( #818560=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: is it an array?
in thread is it an array?

This is probably going off-topic. From the LDIF structure displayed and the mention of %ldif, I assumed the keys are 'sn', 'mail', etc. What the keys are, rather, would correspond to the contents of $ldif{'sn'}.

Since $ldif{$key} either contains a scalar value or (a reference to) an array, this seemed the simplest way to fit things together. I can see the use in having the attributes for an LDAP entry as keys in your hash.

I don't directly see much point on the contents being useful as keys to an array, but that doesn't mean that there couldn't be any :)

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