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my $Record = {}; $Record->{designation} = "Manager"; #d0 $Record->{name} = "Harsha"; #d0 $Record->{personal}[0] = "Country"; #d1 $Record->{personal}[1] = "location"; #d1 $Record->{personal}[2] = "language"; #d1


use Data::Diver qw/ DiveVal /; my $Record = {}; DiveVal( $Record, qw/ designation /) = "Manager"; #d0 DiveVal( $Record, qw/ name /) = "Harsha"; #d0 DiveVal( $Record, qw/ personal 0 /) = "Country"; #d1 DiveVal( $Record, qw/ personal 1 /) = "location"; #d1 DiveVal( $Record, qw/ personal 2 /) = "language"; #d1 #use Data::Dump qw/ dd /; #dd( $Record ); use JSON; print JSON->new->ascii(1)->pretty(1)->encode($Record); __END__ { "designation" : "Manager", "personal" : [ "Country", "location", "language" ], "name" : "Harsha" }


my $Record = { designation => "Manager", name => "Harsha", personal => ["Country", "location", "language"], };

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