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Old 10-10-2012
Error Compare values of hashes of hash for n number of hash in perl without sorting.

Hi,

I have an hashes of hash, where hash is dynamic, it can be n number of hash. i need to compare data_count values of all .
Code:
my %result (
		$abc => {
				 'data_count' => '10',
				 'ID'		  => 'ABC122',
				}
				
		$def => {
				 'data_count' => '20',
				 'ID'		  => 'defASe',
				 }
				 
		:
		:
		:
		
		$n	=> {
				 'data_count' => '20',
				 'ID'		  => 'nsnsn',
			   }
		);

I need to compare the data_count of each hashes of hash, i need to get greater data_count and ID and also lesser( minimum ) data_count and ID.

how to compare the hash values without sorting using perl.

Regards,
asak
# 2  
Old 10-10-2012
Usually hash is just a random storage partial key, so it feels like we need the outer code and app to understand the problem. Is this like a top 10 scoring problem?

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