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Re: Parsing nested parentheses

by welchavw (Pilgrim)
on Nov 19, 2003 at 17:53 UTC ( #308359=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Parsing nested parentheses

This will not work if all tokens are not the same length, because of the reliance on index, which seems ok given the sample dataset provided. Also, its probably not the best approach, but I believe it works and I had fun producing it.

use strict; use warnings; my $val = 'X'; my $min_len_subgroup; sub chk { my $subgroup = shift; if(-1 != index($subgroup, $val)) { if (!defined $min_len_subgroup || length $subgroup < length $min_l +en_subgroup) { $min_len_subgroup = $subgroup; } } } our $re = qr{ ( \( (?: (?> [^()]+ ) | (??{ $re }) )* \) ) (?{ chk($1) }) }x; my @pats = ( "(1(2(X)))", "(1(2(X,a))) (3(X,e,f))", "(1(2(X,b,c))) (3(X,f))", "(1(2(X,a))) (X,b)", "(1(2(X,a))) (X,b) X", "(1(2(X,a))) (X,b) (X)", ); for my $pat (@pats) { undef $min_len_subgroup; if (() = ($pat =~ /$re/g)) { print "$min_len_subgroup\n"; } }
,welchavw


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