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One option is to use Hash::Merge:

use strict; use warnings; use Hash::Merge qw/merge/; use Data::Dumper; #file1: read as $conf_file1 my %hash1 = ( db => { name => 'pdte', host => 'localhost', } ); #file2: read as $conf_file2 my %hash2 = ( db => { port => '5432', user => 'pdte_usr', password => 'pdte_213456', } ); my %mergedHash = %{ merge( \%hash1, \%hash2 ) }; print Dumper \%mergedHash;


$VAR1 = { 'db' => { 'password' => 'pdte_213456', 'user' => 'pdte_usr', 'name' => 'pdte', 'port' => '5432', 'host' => 'localhost' } };

In reply to Re: how to merge hash deeply ? by Kenosis
in thread how to merge hash deeply ? by chinaxing

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