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Hi guys,I have tried to work out the answers but the code seems have quiet a few error.I've tried this to create a reference array of hashes:
use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; my $data = "members.dat"; open (DAT, $data) or die "\"$data\" not existed or can't be opened!\n" +; my @client; my @fields = qw/memberno firstname lastname subjuct score/; while (<DAT>) { next if ( /^Surname/ or /^-/ ); my @values = unpack 'A15A15A15A15A15', $_; my %entry = map { $fields[$_] => $values[$_] } ( 0..$#fields ); push @client, \%entry; }
I am worndering whether @client I've created is a reference array of hashes? or is it a real array of hashes.

In reply to Re^2: a REFERENCE of array of hashes by Anonymous Monk
in thread a REFERENCE of array of hashes by fseng

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