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#!/usr/local/bin/perl -w use strict; { my %hash = (); while (<DATA>) { my @items = split; $hash {pop @items} = shift @items; } print "key=$_, val=$hash{$_}\n" foreach sort keys (%hash); } __DATA__ 1 time 02:11:05 djw 5 time 04:20:03 bert 2 time 00:01:39 chris

[jcw@linux fs]$ perl q.pl key=bert, val=5 key=chris, val=2 key=djw, val=1 [jcw@linux fs]$


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