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I'm not sure if this is homework, but you certainly won't get that code to work.

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; my %colorhash = ( CCgray => ["0","0","0"], CCwhite => ["1","0","0"], CCgrey => ["0","2","0"], CCBlue => ["0","0","3"]); foreach my $colorname (keys %colorhash) { for my $i (0.. $#{ $colorhash{$colorname} } ) { print "$i = $colorhash{$colorname}[$i] "; } print "\n"; } my @light2dark = sort numsort (keys %colorhash); sub numsort { $colorhash{$a}[0] <=> $colorhash{$b}[0] or $colorhash{$a}[1] <=> $colorhash{$b}[1] or $colorhash{$a}[2] <=> $colorhash{$b}[2] }

In reply to Re: sort hash of array by value by snopal
in thread how to sort hash of array by value by Anonymous Monk

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