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Hi sfrisch@mt.gov.
Please, I might be wrong here, but I don't see any "correlation" between the first part of your code and the input given.
However, the second part staring from this line:

# MOVe to running against the new file made sumery.txt open FILE2,"sumfile.txt"; ...
Suggested to me that the "input" given here should be data in your sumfile.txt file. To which you needed to sort.
If the above is correct and this "Out put is the same only sorted that is what I am shooting for.".

I think a Schwartzian Transform could work for you like so:
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my @data_array; while (<DATA>) { chomp; next if $_ eq ''; push @data_array, $_; } print map { $_->[0], $/ } sort { $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] } map { /.+?([0-9]+?)\s/; [ $_, $1 ] } @data_array; __DATA__ DOABIL3020 ITSD-ENT_OP-DMSB-DIDS Ora DOABIL309 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT Ora DOABIL3400 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-MID PRD DOABIL5310 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-MID TST DOABIL6230 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT PRD DOABIL7001 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-EAS PRD DOABIL7005 ITSD-ENT_OP-AIMB-DCSEC PRD DOABIL7006 ITSD-ENT_OP-AIMB-DCSEC PRD DOABIL7504 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT PRD DOABIL7581 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD DOABIL7582 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD DOABIL7583 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD
Output:
DOABIL309 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT Ora DOABIL3020 ITSD-ENT_OP-DMSB-DIDS Ora DOABIL3400 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-MID PRD DOABIL5310 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-MID TST DOABIL6230 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT PRD DOABIL7001 ITSD-ENT_OP-ETSB-EAS PRD DOABIL7005 ITSD-ENT_OP-AIMB-DCSEC PRD DOABIL7006 ITSD-ENT_OP-AIMB-DCSEC PRD DOABIL7504 EXE-SOS-3201_DFLT PRD DOABIL7581 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD DOABIL7582 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD DOABIL7583 ITSD-ENT_OP-NTSB-NET PRD
I sorted using the first column.

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In reply to Re: Accessing or printing key and value by 2teez
in thread Accessing or printing key and value by sfrisch@mt.gov

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