Is this a bug in Perl (nested hash)?
John R. Comeau
comeaujr at sd.conexant.com
Wed Apr 12 12:25:15 CDT 2000
Alan> John, what did yours print? You didn't say !!
Mine printed the same as yours. I guess I was just hoping that the
keys 'key0' and 'key1' wouldn't be created just by checking for the
existence of the nested value. I was thinking that only an assignment
operation would create them.
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