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This does nearly what you want. Perhaps you can modify it to get what you want (but see my question below).
my %hash; while ( <DATA> ) { chomp; my @elts = split /\|_\|/, $_; $hash{$elts[0]}->{$elts[1]} = $elts[2]; } print Dumper \%hash; __DATA__ 200326951|_|rel_Access1|_|200315482|_| 200326951|_|rel_Access1|_|200315786|_| 200326951|_|rel_Access2|_|200315482|_| 200326951|_|rel_Access2|_|200315786|_|

Output:

$VAR1 = { '200326951' => { 'rel_Access2' => '200315786', 'rel_Access1' => '200315786' } };

In your sample output, why does 'rel_Access2' => '200315786' but 'rel_Access1' => '200315482'?


In reply to Re: hash from CSV-like structure by FunkyMonk
in thread hash from CSV-like structure by manav_gupta

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