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Actually Like SAS1, SAS2, SAS3, ...etc are there. Based on those value i am calculating the value say $some_value.

which($some_value) may either $ini-$last or $last-$ini

So for that i am building hash %result with SAS1, SAS2., SAS.. as key and either $ini-$last or $last-$ini as value

So later in the code if i change the values of either $ini or $last then this changed value should reflect in the hash such that whenever i retrieved hash value using SASx as key then it should give the latest result


If You wants to suggest something like Tie:Scalar please bit elaborate on Tie:Scalar thing as i dont know about that

Because somebody has suggested that. But i didn't get that. I found Corion's example is good actually

Please help me


In reply to Re^2: Dynamic Hash value by Bheema_Tyco
in thread Dynamic Hash value by Bheema_Tyco

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