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Like this..

use Data::Dumper; my @array = (a..z); my %hash = map { $array[$_] => $_ } 0..$#array; print Dumper(\%hash); __END__ $VAR1 = { 'w' => 22, 'r' => 17, 'a' => 0, 'x' => 23, 'd' => 3, 'j' => 9, 'y' => 24, 'u' => 20, 'k' => 10, 'h' => 7, 'g' => 6, 'f' => 5, 't' => 19, 'i' => 8, 'e' => 4, 'n' => 13, 'v' => 21, 'm' => 12, 's' => 18, 'l' => 11, 'c' => 2, 'p' => 15, 'q' => 16, 'b' => 1, 'z' => 25, 'o' => 14 };

Update...i cheated this one ;-)

@hash{@array} = 0..$#array;

Regards, Karl

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In reply to Re: better array to hash conversion by karlgoethebier
in thread better array to hash conversion by perltux

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