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You are overwriting your hash every time through the while loop. Move the declaration of the hash outside of the loop:
my $csv = Text::CSV_XS->new(); open (FILE, "<", "$tickdir/$file") or die "Can't open CSV File:$! +\n"; my %HOH; while (<FILE>) { $csv->parse($_); my @columns = $csv->fields(); my $key = str2time($columns[1].' '.$columns[2]); my (@prices, @volumes) = (); $HOH{$key}{"name"} = $columns[0]; push(@{$HOH{$key}{"price"}}, $columns[3]); push(@{$HOH{$key}{"volumes"}}, $columns[4]); print Dumper(\%HOH); } close FILE;

In reply to Re^3: Hashes of Hashes of Arrays? Is it possible? by toolic
in thread Hashes of Hashes of Arrays? Is it possible? by capriguy84

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