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annon { $label => ...} with out assignment is seen as a list?
#!/usr/bin/env perl
use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::Most qw{no_plan};
my $data = [{ label => {key => 'value'}}];
eq_or_diff
[ map{ my $hash = $_;
my $x =
{ map { my $label = $_;
$label => $hash->{$label}
} keys %$hash
}
} @$data
],
[ map{ my $hash = $_;
#my $x =
{ map { my $label = $_;
$label => $hash->{$label}
} keys %$hash
}
} @$data
],
q| annon { $label => ...} with out assignment is seen as a list? |;
__END__
not ok 1 - annon { $label => ...} with out assignment is seen as a list?
# Failed test ' annon { $label => ...} with out assignment is seen as a list? '
# at data_eq.t line 17.
# +----+----------------------+----+--------------------+
# | Elt|Got | Elt|Expected |
# +----+----------------------+----+--------------------+
# | 0|[ | 0|[ |
# | | * 1| 'label', *
# | 1| { | 2| { |
# * 2| label => { * 3| key => 'value' *
# * 3| key => 'value' * | |
# * 4| } * | |
# | 5| } | 4| } |
# | 6|] | 5|] |
# +----+----------------------+----+--------------------+
1..1
# Looks like you failed 1 test of 1.

schwern commented Sep 29, 2011

I think it's interpreting the braces as a bare block.

schwern commented Sep 29, 2011

You can stick "scalar" or + in front of the { to force Perl to interpret it as a hash ref.

Owner

notbenh commented Sep 29, 2011

Ahhhh. Bare block that makes sence.

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