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I have a hash like this:

%links=("firsturl"=>3,"secondurl"=>1,"thirdurl"=>2);

I have to sort it by value.

%links=("secondurl"=>1,"thirdurl"=>2,"firsturl"=>3);

Then I have to print the keys.
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by:christopher sagayam
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foreach $key(sort {$allurls{$a} <=> $allurls{$b}} keys %links)
{

}
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christopher sagayam earned 50 total points
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oops it should be

foreach $key(sort {$links{$a} <=> $links{$b}} keys %links)
{

}
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