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Hello tel2,

Here is a way to do it with help from the Text::CSV::Slurp module.

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; use Text::CSV::Slurp; my @aoh = ( { name => 'Adam', age => 0 }, { name => 'Bob', age => 10 }, { name => 'Cat', age => 20 } ); open my $fh, '>', 'output.csv' or die $!; if( scalar @aoh > 0 ){ my $csv = Text::CSV::Slurp->create( input => \@aoh, always_quote => 1, quote => "'" ); print $fh $csv; } else { print $fh "''"; } $fh->close; exit;

In reply to Re: Make CSV list from values in AoH by kevbot
in thread Make CSV list from values in AoH by tel2

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