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use SRS::Utils; use Data::Traverse qw(traverse); my $d = [ { arr => [ 1,2 ], hash => { a => 'b', c => { d => 'e' } } } ]; traverse { pp $_ , $a, $b } $d; Name "main::a" used only once: possible typo at ./test.pl line 12. Name "main::b" used only once: possible typo at ./test.pl line 12. ("HASH", "d", "e") ("HASH", "a", "b") ("ARRAY", 1, undef) ("ARRAY", 2, undef) while traversion do not see arr, hash and c and I have not ability to rename hashkeys it will be better to save data to one variable $a and keyname for $b, so printing data I no need to switch between variables


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