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There's more than one way to do it.

Here's the obvious way:

foreach my $key ( sort keys %data ) { print $data{$key}; }

Here it is, using a map within a single print call:

print map { $data{$_} } sort keys %data;

Here's a way using a hash slice:

foreach my $val ( @data{ sort keys %data } ) { print $val; }

Even the slice can be printed in a single print call:

print @data{ sort keys %data };

Of course, you'll want to set up the variables $, and $\ appropriately...

In reply to Re: How do I print the values of a hash, sorted by the hash keys? by Russ
in thread How do I print the values of a hash, sorted by the hash keys? by kwaping

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