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You forgot how CGI::Vars works, doesn't account for it

#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dump; use CGI; use CGI::Struct; my $q = CGI->new('row[]=row;row[]=row;row[]=row;row[]=your boat'); my %qVars = $q->Vars; my @errors; my $struct = build_cgi_struct \%qVars, \@errors; dd $q, \%qVars, $struct, \@errors; ### WORKAROUND for stupid Vars (must've written this line 100 times) %qVars = map { $_ => [ $q->param($_) ] } $q->param; dd \%qVars; $struct = build_cgi_struct \%qVars, \@errors; dd $struct, \@errors; __END__ ( bless({ ".charset" => "ISO-8859-1", ".fieldnames" => {}, ".iterator" => 2, ".parameters" => ["row[]"], "escape" => 1, "param" => { "row[]" => ["row", "row", "row", "your boat"] +}, "use_tempfile" => 1, }, "CGI"), { "row[]" => "row\0row\0row\0your boat" }, { row => ["row\0row\0row\0your boat"] }, [], ) { "row[]" => ["row", "row", "row", "your boat"] } ({ row => ["row", "row", "row", "your boat"] }, [])

In reply to Re^3: Building data structures from CGI params by Anonymous Monk
in thread Building data structures from CGI params by fullermd

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