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Hope I did not offend anyone earlier. I do not know much about perl, I could tell you my story but I do not want to take up your forum.

I am trying access the elements in an array.

When the program starts it load from a file, ciphers.

# load the list with ciphers from the config file if no ciphers were detected.
$self->load_ciphers() unless $self->check_cipher_count(); $self->{game} = undef;

supportedgames.pl

our %S = (%S, game => { "jetfighter4" => {key => "M3pL73", label => "JetFighter + IV: Fortress America"}, "projectigi2r" => {key => "j4F9cY", label => "IGI2: Covert S +trike", port => 26001}, }, ); 1;
When I do this, $self->check_cipher_count(); the count is 2 not 7

I cannot get perl to print anything concerning that array. Always errors, always!

#print Dumper $rx->{game}->1->{label};

#print Dumper $self->{game}->1->{label};

#print Dumper $rx->{game}->[0]->{cipher};

It's like the Perl code does not know that jetfighter4 is JetFighter IV is jetfighter4

Hope someone can help me learn how to access an array in perl!

Thanks!

In reply to Load file by CougarXR7

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