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Re: sort array

by BazB (Priest)
on Nov 26, 2003 at 13:48 UTC ( #310239=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to sort array

Where does this Sort_Table routine come from?

You need to add all relevant code for us to figure out where you're going wrong.
You should probably include some small example datastructures in your question too.


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Re: Re: sort array
by fabius (Initiate) on Nov 26, 2003 at 15:43 UTC
    Sort_Table come from
    use Sort::Array qw(Sort_Table);
    the array comes from the parsing of several log files
    and I build it in that way
    $eventi[$count][0]=$feed; $eventi[$count][1]=$1; $eventi[$count][2]="Restored"; $eventi[$count][3]="$var" 1 Sep 17 06:16:36 Restored a 1 Sep 22 06:22:40 Fault b 1 Sep 22 06:25:05 Restored a 1 Sep 22 12:36:19 Fault 1 Sep 22 12:37:10 Restored b
    the date is the second field
    and count goes from 0 to n
    so I achieve a matrix n x 4
    I want to sort it by one of its columns
    If I set the parameter structure = 'csv' it doesn't sort,
    if I set strucure = 'single'the output is an error:
    Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string

    Edit: BazB more code tags.

Re: Re: sort array
by eduardo (Curate) on Nov 26, 2003 at 15:45 UTC
    Sort_Table comes from Sort::Array. It is however, overkill this time, as the straightforward sort command shown in the next comment works perfectly.

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