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In sub init_event { ... }
{ "name" => "snowville", "date" => $date_str, "time" => $time_str, "location" => { lon => -112.7105234, lat => 41.9655701 }, 42.152429, -112.9842191 },

Is the 42.152429, -112.9842191 key/value pair from the posted code perhaps a tyop? It's syntactically correct, but looks semantically fishy. Looks like it escaped from the following event record anonymous hash. (Update: OTOH, it looks quite harmless since you're unlikely to ever encounter a "42.152429" key in your code. :)

Also, if init_event() isn't just stub code for the SSCCE, a more succinct way to write it would be

c:\@Work\Perl\monks>perl use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dump qw(dd); sub init_event { # define unique event records as anonymous hash refs. my $ar_events = [ { "name" => "Boise", "location" => { lon => -116.2, lat => 43.61 }, }, { "name" => "near sublett", "location" => { lon => -113.2104084, lat => 42.3278114 }, }, { "name" => "snowville", "location" => { lon => -112.7105234, lat => 41.9655701 }, }, { "name" => "juniper", "location" => { lon => -112.9842191, lat => 42.152429 }, }, # and so on... ]; # add standard date/time to each event record. my $date_str = "2021-10-14"; my $time_str = "03:22:31"; @{$_}{ qw(date time) } = ($date_str, $time_str) for @$ar_events; return $ar_events; } my $ar_ev = init_event(); dd $ar_ev; ^Z [ { date => "2021-10-14", location => { lat => "43.61", lon => "-116.2" }, name => "Boise", "time" => "03:22:31", }, { date => "2021-10-14", location => { lat => "42.3278114", lon => "-113.2104084" }, name => "near sublett", "time" => "03:22:31", }, { date => "2021-10-14", location => { lat => "41.9655701", lon => "-112.7105234" }, name => "snowville", "time" => "03:22:31", }, { date => "2021-10-14", location => { lat => "42.152429", lon => "-112.9842191" }, name => "juniper", "time" => "03:22:31", }, ]


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In reply to Re^3: approximating geological problems with highway data by AnomalousMonk
in thread approximating geological problems with highway data by Aldebaran

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