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I'd really need more of your code to understand what's happening, but cleaning up your indentation revealed that you were missing a curly brace. Also, you want to push the passwords onto the list. Assigning a password to the list would simply overwrite the last password.

#!/usr/local/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my @listOfPass; + open(INPUT , "<$input_file" ) or die "couldn't open ($input_file) :$!" +; + my ($section,%passwds); while(<CONFILE>) { chomp; if (/^\[(.*?)\]$/) { $section = $1; next; } if ($section eq 'PASSWORDS') { my ($mkt,$pass) = split; $passwds{$mkt} = $pass; $passwds{$pass} = $mkt; push @listOfPass, $pass; } }#end while loop close (INPUT);

Cheers,
Ovid

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In reply to Re: Array issue by Ovid
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