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As usual, this topic comes up every three to six months, and the same "eval" solutions get posted. As usual, I've downvoted any solution I've seen (or will see) in this thread that uses "eval". It's both unnecessarily inefficient, and a big security hole as well. Please use any other solution as a starter.

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In reply to Please don't use eval for this! (was Re: List Values As Multidimensional Hash Keys) by merlyn
in thread List Values As Multidimensional Hash Keys by joule

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