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Hash Mania With Perl

Perl hashes are extremely useful data structures that allow us to associate one piece of data to another. In this article, Jasmine will review hashes and introduce some of their more advanced uses.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Hash Mania With Perl
  2. Assigning Key/Value Pairs
  3. Sorting Hashes
  4. Subbing Out Sorting
By: D. Jasmine Merced
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April 15, 2004

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Perl hashes are extremely useful data structures that allow you to associate one piece of data (called a key) to another (its value). In this article I will review hashes and introduce some of the more advanced uses of hashes.

 
 
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