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Re: Confused about accessing hashes

by ambs (Pilgrim)
on Apr 19, 2005 at 14:14 UTC ( #449254=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Confused about accessing hashes

First, your $VAR1 is a reference to a hash with only one key, so
is needed. This one is another reference to another hash with only the key 'SERVER', so
Now, this is a reference to an array. You want to get all responses...
$VAR1->{ETPT}{SERVER}[0]{RESPONSE} # First element of the array $VAR1->{ETPT}{SERVER}[1]{RESPONSE} # Second element of the array
Probably you want to go for each element of the array like this:
for (@{$VAR1->{ETPT}{SERVER}}) { # here $_->{RESPONSE} is each response of the array }
Hope this helps.

Alberto Simões

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Re^2: Confused about accessing hashes
by ear (Acolyte) on Apr 19, 2005 at 14:23 UTC
    Eureka! That was perfect and I actually get it now. Thanks MUCH.
    $data = $xml->XMLin ("good.xml"); . . . for (@{$data->{ETPT}{SERVER}}) { print "$_->{IP}\n\t$_->{RESPONSE}\n"; }

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