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foreach $person (keys %who) { $time_lastlog = $who{$person}; $tmin = $time - $time_lastlog; if ($tmin >= 2) { delete $who{$person}; #deletes person for not being active...the 2 + second thing is just so I could test it. } else { $who{$Account::account} = "$time"; #adds member to the list because h +e aint idle and still active } }

Where the deleting part it doesnt take the key/value pair out of the DBM File? What am I doing wrong?


2001-03-03 Edit by Corion : Moved from Discussion to SOPW

In reply to Deleting a hash?...Time stamp problem again ;') by tanger

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