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You guessed it right, it is a hash within an array within a hash and so on, such constructs are collectively termed data structures in Perl, read perldsc, perlref and the quick tutorial Arrays and hashes only with references.

Knowing and mastering these structures will be very handy when you wanna do text processing and data munging tasks..

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In reply to Re: Pulling a hash value in a data structure by biohisham
in thread Pulling a hash value in a data structure by Freethinker0

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