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use strict; use warnings; my %hash = ( accesslevels => { function => { func1 => { content => 'val1 +' }, default => { content => 'val2 +' } } } ); sub flatten { my $hash = shift; while ( my ( $k, $v ) = each %$hash ) { next unless ref $v eq 'HASH'; flatten( $v ); exists $v->{ $_ } and $hash->{ $k } = $v->{ $_ } for qw( function content ) } } use Dumpvalue; flatten( \%hash ); print Dumpvalue->new->dumpValue( \%hash ); __END__ 'accesslevels' => HASH(0x814cad4) 'default' => 'val2' 'func1' => 'val1'

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In reply to Re: How to flatten hashes? by tlm
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