in reply to Re: Accessing an AoHoAoH
in thread Accessing an AoHoAoH

Just to make things clear (well, it had me stumped for awhile), calin means replacing the () in the values of your page hashes by []. That way, you're assigning an anonymous array to the value of the hash, instead of a list, as you are currently doing.

BTW, the @AoH assignment throws a warning:

Odd number of elements in anonymous hash at line 21.

That is because of the parentheses instead of square brackets.

As to your second question: it's an array of hashes one of whose values is an array of hashes. So, in a sense, it is a AoHoAoH :)


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Re^3: Accessing an AoHoAoH
by bradcathey (Prior) on Jun 05, 2004 at 19:45 UTC
    Thanks robartes, for the explanation. I had changed all the parens to brackets and got warnings (after you reminded me to turn those on, duh). Anyway got it to work using the brackets as you indicated.

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