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Convert SOAP request results into perl array

Convert SOAP request results into perl array

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I'm new to working with SOAP request/responses and would really appreciate some help with this problem - I have successfully written a SOAP client in perl which returns a list of strings.

I obviously just get a reference to that object when trying to print the contents e.g. HASH(0x18078b0) but using Data::Dumper to investigate the contents I get the following output:

$VAR1 = {
         'string' => [
                     'red',
                     'blue',
                     'green',
                     'yellow',
                      etc etc ]}

I would like to learn what to do in order to extract this information and convert the results into a perl array so that I can do some local processing on the results. I've tried to do some research but haven't found anything. I'd really appreciate any pointers from anyone if you have the time!

Thanks in advance

Martyn

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