No I didn't¹ ..
But problem ...
a) seems to be introduced by the new randomization, so it's a bug
b) is not new, you can't nest each %hash cause it has global side-effects². In my case it's only local to the loop.
But yeah, I would love to have something like hashgrep and hashmap in core ...
( addicted to the Perl Programming Language)
¹) maybe I should switch spending time from PM to blogs.perl.org to follow Reini, Aristoteles and Damian...
²) maybe better phrased as "bound to the the hash ref". I can imagine situations where passing around the hashref and iterating over it in different places is useful.
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