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Re: Using Exporter with a complex hash

by Don Coyote (Pilgrim)
on Oct 23, 2012 at 22:49 UTC ( #1000531=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using Exporter with a complex hash

As you are accessing the 'code' key, this is not an exporter issue. But im really glad the our my difference was pointed out here as I just wrote my first object tonight!!

NetWallah has given you a correct way of accessing the array value from the hash of the hash, the hashtable name is a bit misleading. The data is just a complex hash.

you have to access the values depending on the context of the value. If you want the whole array, access in the way NetWallah has shown, and in a similar fashion you can also access the subscripts. Put back into the code of the op...

print qq(\n), @{ $hash{'STATION1'}->{'parameters'} } ; print qq(\n), $hash{'STATION1'}->{'parameters'}[0] ; ------- abcd a

I tried to export through my new object script into my calling script but did not have a lot of success, I just pasted into my calling script to test this. Oh yeah, works if I update lexical my to package our. nice!

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