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Hi!

Maybe if you gave some (truncated) stuff from your input file, and what you would expect as output from said data, we would be more able to help you...


In reply to Re: Saving different values for the same key by using Hash of Arrays by Not_a_Number
in thread Saving different values for the same key by using Hash of Arrays by beginner27

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    [GotToBTru]: I had to dig into the code to find out where it came from .. and it makes no sense
    [GotToBTru]: so I emailed my contact asking if we could just stop sending it .. I'm afraid she is going to ask "what is that anyway?"
    [MidLifeXis]: heh.
    [MidLifeXis]: Most likely it is a code that some undocumented system, hidden behind layers of IT, deep in the bowels of the building under the machine room floor, reads that code to keep a presence switch from going off. :-b
    [MidLifeXis]: I think I forgot "running on a farm of commodore 64, vic 20s, trs 80s, and apple ]|[e systems"
    [GotToBTru]: oh I know what it is .. but it is a number only slightly useful to me and of no possible use to our customer

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