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Hi Monks, Would like to know if there's any reference technique or code example tutorial which demonstrate how to share complex data structure for threads.

My expectation is to create a complex stuct ( perhaps include sub{} ) that shareable among threads, however threads::shared seems only serve for simple array, scalar or hash. Is that anything I missed in this module, or is there any module that suits this case ? Thanks in advance.


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