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Re^2: How do I compare two arrays?

by bimleshsharma (Beadle)
on Jun 30, 2011 at 06:33 UTC ( #912106=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: How do I compare two arrays?
in thread How do I compare two arrays?

The best way what i find is to compare

use FreezeThaw qw(cmpStr);

@a =(1,2,3,4);
@b = ( "this", "that", "more", "stuff" );
@c = (1,2,3,5);

printf "a and b contain %s arrays\n",cmpStr(\@a, \@b) == 0 ? "the same" : "different";

printf "a and c contain %s arrays\n",cmpStr(\@a, \@c) == 0 ? "the same" : "different";

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[Tanktalus]: choroba: thanks, not sure why it wasn't doing that for me, but will try to figure it out. :)
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[Tanktalus]: anyway, next is to figure out how to get postgres to agree that these are the same :)

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