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my %UID_PATH; my %ARR1 = uid(); foreach my $TAB (keys %ARR1) { print "User --> $TAB, Value --> $ARR1{$TAB}\n"; } sub uid { my %UID_PATH; my %ARR2; #add open (FH1, "</etc/passwd") || die "Can't Open : $!"; while (<FH1>) { my %UID_PATH; my @UID = split (/:/, $_); if ($UID[2] > 500) { my $USER = "$UID[0]"; %UID_PATH = ("$USER" => "$UID[5]"); #print "$USER --> $UID_PATH{$USER}\n"; ####### return %UID_PATH; $AAR2{$USER} = $UID_PATH; #add } } return %AAR@; }

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