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cool, but this examples shows how write a "small" and "declared" hash, i have a big one with the structure i told you with around 5000 keys with his values. So i need to way to give something like a :
foreach $control_key (%my_huge_hash)
and use the $control_key to walk in the hash and make the xml. In all the examples i saw, all the FAQs and tutorials told me how i can do that with a small hash (with the values declared). I have in every hash key a variable that imports from a while loop that reads a text file to this hash . Thanks!

In reply to Re^2: How to export hash to xml file by Sombrerero_loco
in thread How to export hash to xml file by Sombrerero_loco

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