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Re^6: elsif chain vs. dispatch

by Marshall (Prior)
on Apr 27, 2009 at 21:54 UTC ( #760446=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: elsif chain vs. dispatch
in thread elsif chain vs. dispatch

Completely correct! Yes this could happen. If it keeps happening, then the 17th entry would cause the hash to be re-sized. Then again on the 33rd entry.

It sounds like Perl 5.8.3+ has made some improvements! Great!

For Perl versions less than that and even on Perl 5.8.3, I don't think that a user will know more than #buckets, #buckets used and #total entries (ie, user wouldn't know the max entries into a "bucket"), but given those 3 things, a user can make some judgment call about increasing the hash table size and is able to do so.


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