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print and display values

print and display values

print and display values

I have not coded for while, so pardon the rustiness.

I have two sets of values being pulled from a DB.
1 cat1
2 cat1
3 cat2
4 cat3
5 cat3
6 cat1
7 cat1

What I need to do is key off of 2nd filed and associate all values fron field 1. The number of values when reach a pre-defined limit should stop and then start in a new line.

cat1 1 2
cat1 6 7
cat2 3
cat3 4 5

I've got all the other parts figured out and am stuck on how to make it display as show in the output.

RE: print and display values

CODE --> perl

  push @{$set{$key}},$value;
for(sort keys%set){

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RE: print and display values

Thanks prex1. Made a few tweaks and got it to work.

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