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Default Basic Perl arrays question

Hello,

What does this code snippet do?

Code:
my $attributes = ['objectClass'     => ['top', 'posixAccount', 'shadowAccount', 'inetOrgPerson'],
                  'loginShell'      => "/bin/bash"];
In my understanding, $attributes is a reference to an array. I though Perl arrays could not have indexes? What will the => do then?


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