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=title Fetching data from a hash =timestamp 2012-01-01T01:02:05 =author szabgab =keywords keys =status show


#!/usr/bin/env perl6
use v6;

my %user = 
    "fname" => "Foo", 
    "lname" => "Bar",
    "email" => "",

for %user.keys.sort -> $key {
    say "$key  %user{$key}";

Output tutorial/hash/print_hash.p6.out

fname  Foo
lname  Bar

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