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Meaning of $var->{"@$row[0]"}=" "; ???

while (my $row = $sth->fetchrow_arrayref) {
$var->{"@$row[0]"}=" ";

Can anyone help me understanding above mentioned.

i) As per my knowledge $row is taking ARRAY Refernce from the database
ii) @$row[0] is containing the value of 0th index of the array, testted the same.

but I am not able understand the meaning of below mentioned, as it looks like the we are trying to initialize the value to hash, don't know????

my $var->{"@$row[0]"}=" ";
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MSQL_FETCH_ROW(3)														 MSQL_FETCH_ROW(3)

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o $ result -The result resource that is being evaluated. This result comes from a call to msql_query(3). RETURN VALUES
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Example #1 msql_fetch_row(3) example <?php $con = msql_connect(); if (!$con) { die('Server connection problem: ' . msql_error()); } if (!msql_select_db('test', $con)) { die('Database connection problem: ' . msql_error()); } $result = msql_query('SELECT id, name FROM people', $con); if (!$result) { die('Query execution problem: ' . msql_error()); } while ($row = msql_fetch_row($result)) { echo $row[0] . ': ' . $row[1] . " "; } msql_free_result($result); ?> CHANGELOG
+--------+---------------------------------------------------+ |Version | | | | | | | Description | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ | 5.0.4 | | | | | | | A bug was fixed when retrieving data from col- | | | umns containing NULL values. Such columns were | | | not placed into the resulting array. | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ SEE ALSO
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