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Thank you. After making a stupid syntax error. $code returns the following using Dumper.

$VAR1 = { 'StatusCode' => 0, 'Products' => [ { 'UnitType' => '100g', 'HealthierAlternativeProductId' => '', 'OfferPromotion' => "Price Drop Was \x{a3} +1.13 Now \x{a3}1.00 ", 'ProductId' => '254881114', 'EANBarcode' => '5000175411118', 'MaximumPurchaseQuantity' => 99, 'CheaperAlternativeProductId' => '', 'ProductType' => 'QuantityOnlyProduct', 'PriceDescription' => "\x{a3}1.41 each", 'UnitPrice' => '1.41', 'ImagePath' => ' +ries/pi/118/5000175411118/IDShot_90x90.jpg', 'Price' => 1, 'BaseProductId' => '50043662', 'Name' => 'Oxo 12 Chicken Stock Cubes 71G' +, 'OfferValidity' => 'valid from 30/7/2012 u +ntil 9/9/2012', 'OfferLabelImagePath' => 'http://www.tesco +save.png' } ], 'TotalProductCount' => 1, 'PageNumber' => 0, 'TotalPageCount' => 1, 'StatusInfo' => 'Command Processed OK', 'PageProductCount' => 1

I am now looking at a few links to understand references. But to be honest I am not sure I understand what got returned. A Hash or an Array.

In reply to Re^8: Help with JSON Module by foggy3657
in thread Help with JSON Module by foggy3657

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