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How do I print a hash in perlby demisheep (Initiate)
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demisheep has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
How do I print $stopwords? It seems to be a string ($) but when I print it I get: "HASH(0x8B694)" with the memory address changing each run.
I am using Lingua::StopWords and I simply want to print the stop words it's using so I know for sure what stop words are there. I would like to print these two a file.
Here is the code:
But that doesn't work. Help!
Last note: I know there is a list of stop words for Lingua::StopWords, but I am using the (en) and I just want to make absolute sure what stop words I am using, so that is why I want to print it and ideally I want to print it to a file which the file part I should already know how to do.