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If the file is known to have Windows line separators, I prefer to read it same way that windows does (use the :crlf IO-layer) and process it as a normal file rather than use a DIY solution.
use strict; use warnings; use Autodie; use Data::Dumper; my $file = \do{ "Jay|Jay\@email|puppy|123 Street|Shirley\r\n" ."Travis|Travis\@email|puppy|456 Street|Emmy\r\n" ."Trisha|Trisha\@email|baby|789 Street|Eddie\r\n" ."Eddie|Eddie\@email|puppy|789 Street|Trisha\r\n" ."Shirley|Shirley\@email|baby|123 Street|Jay\r\n" }; open my $fh, '<:crlf', $file ; my @name_lines = <$fh>; my %spouses; my %people; foreach my $line ( @name_lines ) { chomp($line) ; my @data = split '\|' , $line ; #map { $_ =~ s/[^a-zA-Z0-9_\@\. ]//g } @data ; #print Dumper \@data ; my ( $name , $email , $wishlist , $address , $spouse_name ) = +@data ; $people{$name}{email} = $email ; $people{$name}{wishlist} = $wishlist ; $people{$name}{address} = $address ; $people{$name}{spouse} = $spouse_name ; #if ( $spouse_name ne '' ) { if ( defined $spouse_name and $spouse_name ne '' ) { $spouses{$name} = $spouse_name ; } } print Dumper \%spouses ;


$VAR1 = { 'Shirley' => 'Jay', 'Jay' => 'Shirley', 'Eddie' => 'Trisha', 'Trisha' => 'Eddie', 'Travis' => 'Emmy' };

In reply to Re^2: dumper hash incorrect? by BillKSmith
in thread dumper hash incorrect? by wolfie7873

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