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Your input data ($VAR1) is an invalid hashref and your example output is not sorted.

After fixing the input and guessing you want highest score first, this code:

#!/usr/bin/env perl use strict; use warnings; my $data = { 'dove-n' => { 'mero' => { 'rump-n' => '0.0986331918077933', 'plume-n' => '0.164895598193776', 'beak-n' => '0.148781820621755', 'head-n' => '0.541972342596793', }, 'random-v' => { 'pile-v' => '0.0060585514167655', 'kiss-v' => '0.00527768217153647', }, }, 'cockroach-n' => { 'mero' => { 'exoskeleton-n' => '0.0665736517016939', 'leg-n' => '0.440277128001941', }, 'random-v' => { 'suggest-v' => '0.0148588863336517', 'guarantee-v' => '0.00591007188858908', 'land-v' => '0.0149882471117093', }, }, }; for my $animal (keys %$data) { my @record = (); for my $type (keys %{$data->{$animal}}) { for my $part (keys %{$data->{$animal}{$type}}) { push @record, [$animal, $type, $part, $data->{$animal}{$ty +pe}{$part}]; } } map { print join(q{ } => @$_), qq{\n} } sort { $b->[3] <=> $a->[3] + } @record; }

produces this output:

dove-n mero head-n 0.541972342596793 dove-n mero plume-n 0.164895598193776 dove-n mero beak-n 0.148781820621755 dove-n mero rump-n 0.0986331918077933 dove-n random-v pile-v 0.0060585514167655 dove-n random-v kiss-v 0.00527768217153647 cockroach-n mero leg-n 0.440277128001941 cockroach-n mero exoskeleton-n 0.0665736517016939 cockroach-n random-v land-v 0.0149882471117093 cockroach-n random-v suggest-v 0.0148588863336517 cockroach-n random-v guarantee-v 0.00591007188858908

The technique I've used here is to flatten the hash data into individual records and then sort those records.

To reverse the sort order (lowest score first), just swap $a and $b, i.e.

... sort { $a->[3] <=> $b->[3] } ...

-- Ken

In reply to Re: Sorting Hashes of hashes by kcott
in thread Sorting Hashes of hashes by remluvr

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