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I see. I always start with `perldoc YAML', so I would've approached the problem the same way grinder would, akin to
use YAML; my( @foo ) = ({ 'date' => '2005-06-01', 'boss' => 'Clara', 'team' => [ 'Jack', 'Jill', 'Joe' ] }, { 'date' => '2005-06-02', 'boss' => 'Victoria', 'team' => [ 'Harry', 'Hillary', 'Howie' ] } ); local $YAML::Indent = 4; local $YAML::UseFold = 1; print Dump( \@foo ); __END__ --- - boss: Clara date: 2005-06-01 team: - Jack - Jill - Joe - boss: Victoria date: 2005-06-02 team: - Harry - Hillary - Howie
Too bad there isn't an option yet to compress sequences.

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In reply to Re^4: YAML newbie help by PodMaster
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