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You could use Data::HTMLDumper. I know that sounds odd, but it uses a grammar to parse Data::Dumper output. Instead of hard coding actions, it calls methods on an object whenever a production matches. By making the proper class to use in place of Data::HTMLDumper::Output, you can get pretty much any output you like. I like the module, but then I wrote it.

Phil


In reply to Re: Pretty Print Dumper for Hash of Array by philcrow
in thread Pretty Print Dumper for Hash of Array by Anonymous Monk

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