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Re^2: extact nested values

by rajivreddy (Initiate)
on Mar 04, 2013 at 17:55 UTC ( #1021687=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: extact nested values
in thread extact nested values

Hi MCA thanks for the reply but my problem is to print the values of the child elements of the link nodes iteratively and
print $VAR1->{'press-release'}->[0]->{'PromoModuleTwo'}->[0]->{'RightC +oloumn'}->[0]->{'Tabs'}->[0]->{'TabName'}->[0], "\n";
isn't printing anything

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Re^3: extact nested values
by McA (Priest) on Mar 04, 2013 at 18:19 UTC

    Do you know how to iterate over a perl list?

    As the dumper output shows: The output of $VAR1->{'press-release'}->[0]->{'PromoModuleOne'}->[0]->{'RightColoumn'}->[0]->{'Tabs'}->[1]->{'Links'} is a list ref.

    So the following

    my $list_ref = $VAR1->{'press-release'}->[0]->{'PromoModuleOne'}->[0]- +>{'RightColoumn'}->[0]->{'Tabs'}->[1]->{'Links'}; foreach my $elem (@$list_ref) { print "Element by element", Dumper($elem), "\n"; }
    iterates over the list and you get every element which is by the way also a nested object. But with my solution shown it should be worth of a little transfer to address the child elements in every $elem. If this is not true then you have to learn some basics.

    Best regards

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