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I might not be quite sure what you want to achieve. Can you please try this?

my $last_time = 0; my $current_tide = "Now is before first tide in xml file."; foreach my $tides (@{$data->{data}->{item}}) { my $format_date = "$tides->{date} $tides->{time}"; my $date_to_seconds = str2time($format_date); if( $date_to_seconds > $last_time and $date_to_seconds <= $now_in_ +seconds ) { $tides->{highlow} =~ s/L/Low/; $tides->{highlow} =~ s/H/High/; $current_tide = " Test: ".$tides->{highlow}." Tide at: ".$tides->{ +time}; $last_time = $date_to_seconds; } } if( $now_in_seconds > $last_time ) { $current_tide = "Now is after the last tide in xml file." } print "$current_tide\n";

In reply to Re^3: Display tide based on time now. by hdb
in thread Display tide based on time now. by Anonymous Monk

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