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Re: Printing from a hash table

by soonix (Canon)
on Jun 03, 2020 at 08:51 UTC ( #11117633=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Printing from a hash table

  • As haukex already stated, exists is superfluous, as keys can give you existing keys only, to loop over
  • for this purpose, undef and empty (and zero) are to be handled the same, you can simply test if/unless $birthdays{$name}. See Scalar values in perldata:
    A scalar value is interpreted as FALSE in the Boolean sense if it is undefined, the null string or the number 0 (or its string equivalent, "0"), and TRUE if it is anything else. The Boolean context is just a special kind of scalar context where no conversion to a string or a number is ever performed.
(and just as I am composing this, Tux beat me to it :-) too much research and interruptions :-(

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