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Old 01-26-2014
Perl : Assigning multile hash values to a single array

I know that

@food = %fruit;

Works. But how do I assign %fruit and %veggies to @food ?
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Old 01-26-2014
@food = (%fruit, %veggies);

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Old 01-26-2014
Thanks you. .... yeah ... not sure why I sometime miss the obvious. Hit the drawing board again and came up with this.

my %fruit = (
fruit1 => 'apple',
fruit2 => 'pear',
my %veggie = (
veg1 => 'carrot',
veg2 => 'pea',
@a = (%fruit, %veggie);
print "@a\n";

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