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See my similar code below and it's output from dumping the data. Give us a large sample of your code and run a dump using Data::Dumper or a similar module to show us the data structure generated. You'll be able to get a little more help then.

my %HOH; $HOH{parent}{child1} = 'value1'; push @{ $HOH{parent}{child2} }, 'value2'; push @{ $HOH{parent}{child2} }, 'value3'; ### output: { parent => { child1 => "value1", child2 => ["value2", "value3"] }, }

My preference is the Data::Dump module used as below for your hash.

use Data::Dump qw(pp); say pp(\%HOH);

In reply to Re: Hashes of Hashes of Arrays? Is it possible? by Kc12349
in thread Hashes of Hashes of Arrays? Is it possible? by capriguy84

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