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here my sample..
My template like this
<select> <tmpl_loop loop_one> <option name='<tmpl_var name>'> <tmpl_var value> </option> <tmpl_if loop_two> <tmpl_loop loop_two> <option name='<tmpl_var name_one>'> <tmpl_var value_one> </option> </tmpl_loop> </tmpl_if> </tmpl_loop> </select>
My prg is like this
my (@loop_two,@loop_one); for(@arr_name) { push @loop_two, { name_one => 1, value_one => 2 }; } for(@arr_one) { push @loop_one, { name => 1, value => 2, loop_two => \@loop_two }; } $html->param(loop_one => \@loop_one); return $html->output(); where $html is HTML::Template object.


In reply to Re: TMPL_LOOP inside another TMPL_LOOP with HTML::Template by kulls
in thread TMPL_LOOP inside another TMPL_LOOP with HTML::Template by jesuashok

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