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For completeness:

if it's only the key db which matters

DB<131> $conf3 = { db => { %{$conf1->{db}}, %{$conf2->{db}} } } => { db => { host => "localhost", name => "pdte", password => "pdte_213456", port => 5432, user => "pdte_usr", }, }

and for the case that you have multiple keys which can also be missing in one of the hashes

DB<132> $conf3 = { map { $_ => { %{$conf1->{$_}}, %{$conf2->{$_}} } +} keys %{{ %$conf1, %$conf2 }} } => { db => { host => "localhost", name => "pdte", password => "pdte_213456", port => 5432, user => "pdte_usr", }, }

Cheers Rolf


maybe easier to understand?

DB<142> sub merge_hr { return { %{$_[0]}, %{$_[1]} } } DB<143> $conf3 = { map { $_ => merge_hr( $conf1->{$_}, $conf2->{$_} +) } keys %{merge_hr($conf1,$conf2)} } => { db => { host => "localhost", name => "pdte", password => "pdte_213456", port => 5432, user => "pdte_usr", }, }

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

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