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i would use a different approach and sort the found animals in another hash which is structured in a way, that makes printing easyer
my %animals; for my $state ( keys %bighash ) { for my $zoo ( keys %{ $bighash{$state} } ) { $animals{ $bighash{$state}{$zoo}->[1] }->[0]->{$state}->{$zoo} +++; $animals{ $bighash{$state}{$zoo}->[1] }->[1]++; } } for my $animal ( keys %animals ) { next unless $animals{$animal}->[1] > 1; for my $state ( keys %{ $animals{$animal}->[0] } ) { print "$state\n"; for my $zoo ( keys %{ $animals{$animal}->[0]->{$state} } ) { print "ZOO: $zoo ANIMAL: $animal\n"; } print "\n"; } }

In reply to Re: Finding Recurring Elements in HoHoA by Taulmarill
in thread Finding Recurring Elements in HoHoA by neversaint

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