SPUG: parsing a config file
sab at rresearch.com
Tue Jan 11 15:25:26 CST 2000
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 12:22:32PM -0800, El JoPe Magnifico wrote:
> >> $config = HASH(0x2ff098)
> >> 'Domain' => HASH(0x282a0c)
> >> 'servers' => 'beluga'
> >> 'status' => 'Enabled'
> >> 'toddw2' => '150.215141.11'
> >> Would it better if I turn those parens into brackets?
> >> Or do you have some other trick up your sleeve?
> > Turning them into brackets would turn the contents into an anonymous
> > reference to a hash (curly braces) or an array (square brackets)...
> > and that's not what you want.
> I'm assuming this is in reference to the 'servers' field above.
> An anonymous array reference (a la square brackets) _is_ what you want.
> That's how you nest an array/list inside another data structure in perl.
> Apologies if I'm misunderstanding your response, Scott.
No...you're right...I was just fixating on that "150.215141.11" number
and how that happened without noticing the general data structure
problem...so I misspoke...sorry for the confusion.
Scott.Blachowicz at seaslug.org
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