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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use List::Util qw( sum0 ); my $hashref = { "153-1" => { "1069-9" => {}, "135-1" => { "68-4" => { cost => "300.00", cost2 => "130.00" } +}, "19-4" => { cost => "6300.00", cost2 => "630.00" }, "35-1" => { "28-4" => { cost => "30.00", cost2 => "10.00" } }, }, }; print costof( $hashref ), " is the total where cost is found\n"; sub costof { my $href = shift; sum0 map /cost/ ? $href->{$_} : costof( $href->{$_} ), keys %$href; }


7400 is the total where cost is found

In reply to Re: Iterating over hash to find specific key to sum up the cost by tybalt89
in thread Iterating over hash to find specific key to sum up the cost by vaitor15

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