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Hello Monks Seeking for wisdom I have this hash of hash where I have been asked to find sum of value when cost key is found. In this case 430, I was thinking some how mapping to find all the cost keys and iterating over to sum them. Sample
use Data::Dumper; my $VAR1 = { '153-1' => { '19-4' => { 'cost' => '6300.00', 'cost2' => '630.00' }, '135-1' => { '68-4' => { 'cost' => '300.00', 'cost2' => '130.00' } }, '1069-9' => {}, '35-1' => { '28-4' => { 'cost' => '30.00', 'cost2' => '10.00' } }, }, }; #%result = map { "$_->{0} => $_->{2}" } $VAR1; #print Dumper \%result;
I have tried using map but I am not able for find correct solution any guidance to reach my destination. Thank you in advance wise one!

In reply to Iterating over hash to find specific key to sum up the cost by vaitor15

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