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Perl » Hash » Hash Definition 
Mix scalar, list and hash
    


%mixed_bag = (
    Scalar1 => 3,
    Scalar2 => "A",
    List1 => [123],
    Hash1 => A => 'a', C => 'c' },
    List2 => ['A','B'['C','D']'E''F'],
    Scalar3 => $my_object,
    Hash2 => Time => gmtime ],Date => scalar(gmtime)
    },
    List3 => @my_list[0..2],
);

print $mixed_bag{List2}[2][1]

   
    
    
    
  
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