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If a hash is made of composite key made up of 3 keys. How would I print the individual keys when i loop through the hash

@{$h{$data[1]}{$data[0]}{$data[2]}},@data[3,4].

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for $key1 (keys %h ){
  for $key0 (keys %{$h{$key1}} ){
     for $key2 (keys %{$h{$key1}{$key0}} ){
         print "\@\$h{$key1}{$key0}{$key2} = @{$h{$key1}{$key0}{$key2}}\n";
     }
  }
}
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