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Index: H

hard links: 13.3. Links and Files
13.3. Links and Files
hash elements, accessing: 5.2. Hash Element Access
hash functions: 5.3. Hash Functions
hash keys: 5.1. What Is a Hash?
delete function for removing: 5.4.2. The delete Function
exists function for checking: 5.4.1. The exists Function
omitting quotes from: 17.4. Unquoted Hash Keys
sorting: 15.4.1. Sorting a Hash by Value
hashes: 5. Hashes
accessing elements of: 5.2. Hash Element Access
assigning: 5.2.2. Hash Assignment
autoincrements/autodecrements and: 10.6.1. The Value of Autoincrement
elements of, interpolating into double-quoted string literals: 5.4.3. Hash Element Interpolation
functions for: 5.3. Hash Functions
names of: 5.2. Hash Element Access
reasons for using: 5.1.1. Why Use a Hash?
slices and: 17.6.2. Hash Slice
unwinding: 5.2.1. The Hash as a Whole
here documents: B.8.2. Here documents
hexadecimal literals: 2.2.4. Nondecimal Integer Literals
high-level programming languages: 1.2.1. Why Didn't Larry Just Use Some Other Language?
1.2.2. Is Perl Easy or Hard?
high-precision numbers: B.9.3. Large and High-Precision Numbers
home directory: 12.1. Moving Around the Directory Tree
hostname function: B.5.10. The Sys::Hostname Module
hyphen (-)
indicating standard input stream: 6.2. Input from the Diamond Operator
specifying range of characters: 8.1. Character Classes


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