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Hi Guys, Thanks for the below CODE. it works well.

print '<table><tr><th>Word</th><th>Count</th></tr>'; for my $word (sort keys %count) { print "\n<tr><td>$word</td><td>$count{$word}</td></tr>"; } print '</table>';

It sorts from A to Z order With word column. I want to sort the other column which is Count. I need from Largest number to lowest. e.g - email account having most emails should sort first and So on. I tried But I couldn't.

e. g- I tried, But I did not succeed. sort($b <=> $a) ; # for numbers

I think I will have to change this below code

for my $word (sort keys %count) {

Could you pls help me to resolve this issue. i searched a lot. Your codes are welcome.


In reply to Re^2: OUTPUT Data to a table or horizontal bar chart by theravadamonk
in thread OUTPUT Data to a table or horizontal bar chart by theravadamonk

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