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Hi gang,

I have an array, $Data, having a bunch of elements, $Datum, each of which contains something like this:

@{Date =30-Nov-12; Billing
Week=1; Billing
Month=DECEMBER; Q=Q1; Weekday=Friday; Calendar
Month=November; Day=30; Year=2012; Time Due=8:00 AM)

So for each $Datum, how can access the value, that's on the other side of "Date = " for example?

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If I understand correctly you have an array of hashes something like this.
$x = @{Date ='30-Nov-12'; 
BillingWeek='1';
BillingMonth='DECEMBER';
Q='Q1';
Weekday='Friday';
CalendarMonth='November';
Day='30';
Year='2012';
TimeDue='8:00 AM'
}

$y = @{Date ='29-Oct-13';
BillingWeek='2';
BillingMonth='November';
Q='Q2';
Weekday='Thursday';
CalendarMonth='October';
Day='29';
Year='2013';
TimeDue='9:00 AM'
}
$data = @($x, $y)


If so here’s one way to pick out individual values.
$data[0].Date  # 30-Nov-12
$data[1].Date # 29-Oct-13
$data[0].Weekday # Friday


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Yup, got it. Was not getting any values for Date because column name had a trailing space.

Thanks Bruce.



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