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I have taken this back to basics to troubleshoot an odd problem. I may just be missing something here but I just can't fathom it.

This simple nested loop is displaying all the second loop vars in each section where I want them to be separate.
The code isn't complete here but the script and template should be simple enough to follow.

I need another pair of eyes on it, thanks for looking.


CODE -->

@ITEMS=('ONE','TWO','THREE');
my @S1=('ORANGE','APPLE','CHERRY','PINEAPPLE','GRAPE');
my @S2=('DOG','CAT','FROG','GOAT','SHEEP','CAMEL');
	foreach $line (@ITEMS){
		my %row_data;
		$row_data{ITEM} = shift(@S1);
		for($x=0; $x<2; ++$x){
			my %sub_data;
			$sub_data{SUB_ITEM} = shift(@S2);
			push(@sub_item_data, \%sub_data);
		}

		$row_data{SUB_LOOP} = \@sub_item_data;
		push(@item_data, \%row_data);
	}
	$PageMenu->param(ITEM_LOOP => \@item_data);
	print $PageMenu->output();




------- template ---------

<TMPL_LOOP NAME='ITEM_LOOP'>
	it - <TMPL_VAR NAME='ITEM'><br>
	<TMPL_LOOP NAME='SUB_LOOP'>
		sub - <TMPL_VAR NAME='SUB_ITEM'><br>
	</TMPL_LOOP>
</TMPL_LOOP> 

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

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