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RE: Hash Question
From: McCollum, Frank
February 1, 2002 12:16
RE: Hash Question
Message ID: 59B292A4FEF3D411A10600508B6F27B2036C4FBB@clttmp21.ncmi.com
Where might one find this 'tutorial'?
From: Dave Benware [mailto:Bompa@Townisp.com]
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:44 PM
To: Beginners perl
Subject: Re: Hash Question
"Balint, Jess" wrote:
> Since this is a beginners list, I thought I would be allowed to ask this
> question. Can there be multiple values for hash keys, or just one? The
> reason I am asking is that I am working on a statistical program and would
> need to use multiple hashes as values of another hash. If this is
> please let me know. Thank you.
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If, by chance, you're not confused enough yet, you could take a
look at a "tutorial", (and I use that term loosely), that I wrote
ONLY to help myself understand nested hashes.
(Although I think what you want is really called a hash of lists,
examples of which should be in any good Perl book).
PS: Keep in mind said "tutorial" is not authoritative as I was leaning
more towards illustrating the concept rather than coding accuracy.
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