So you have a hash where keys are column names and values are arrayrefs of column values. In other words, data for a single record is spread over multiple arrays and this is, I gather, what irritates you, I am getting it right?

If so, then it might take some work to prepare it but a more intuitive data structure would be to have an array of hashrefs where each hashref will contain all necessary data for one db record, e.g.
[ {TAGET => 5, ACTIONTYPE =>2}, {TAGET => 6, ACTIONTYPE =>1}, ]
Then, when you have to do insertions, you will loop through this array, and getting values for inserting each record will be trivial and easy to understand. Hope this helps.

In reply to Re: access array of values without a loop by hotpelmen
in thread access array of values without a loop by spie287

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