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Thank you very much! I have to look under the hood of this module as I think I have two problems that may make using it a little less than straight forward.

  • The object may change over time so I would know how to order keys that haven't been created yet.
  • If it is truly forcing the order and not performing some other kind of magic, than it is going to hurt performance.

    In reference to point one, I could always just create a place holder for all possible keys, but I am not sure I want to do that since some parameters can exist with empty string as the value and I do not want to accidently create a parameter in a record that didn't previously exist. As far as point two. I have about 150,000 records in in the database - I wouldn't mind adding some overhead for ease of use as long as it doesn't add an extra hour to processing time.

    Thanks again - I will definately check out this module.
    Cheers - L~R


    In reply to Re: Re: Printing a hash in a specific order? by Limbic~Region
    in thread Printing a hash in a specific order? by Limbic~Region

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