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List::Compare is the tool generally used for this sort of thing:

use strict; use warnings; use List::Compare; my @AllArraysIHave = ([1,2,3,4,5], [2,3,6,7,8,8,8,9,10], [5,6,2,3]); my $lc = List::Compare->new('-u', @AllArraysIHave); my @result = $lc->get_intersection; print "@result";

Prints:

3 2

Update: speed is disapointing though (listCompareF use the functional interface):

manual: 3 2 listCompareF: 2 3 listCompare: 3 2 Rate listCompare listCompareF manual listCompare 1128/s -- -70% -93% listCompareF 3822/s 239% -- -78% manual 17051/s 1411% 346% --
use strict; use warnings; use List::Compare; use List::Compare::Functional qw(get_intersection); use Benchmark qw(cmpthese); my @AllArraysIHave = ([1,2,3,4,5], [2,3,6,7,8,8,8,9,10], [5,6,2,3]); my @result = @{manual ()}; print "manual: @result\n"; @result = @{listCompareF ()}; print "listCompareF: @result\n"; @result = @{listCompare ()}; print "listCompare: @result\n"; cmpthese (-1, { manual => \&manual, listCompare => \&listCompare, listCompareF => \&listCompareF, } ); sub manual { my %intersection; my @result; foreach my $dataArray(@AllArraysIHave) { my %lookuptable; foreach(@{$dataArray}) { if (!$lookuptable{$_}) { $lookuptable{$_} = 1; $intersection{$_}++; } } } my $amnt = scalar(@AllArraysIHave); foreach my $key (keys %intersection) { if ($intersection{$key} == $amnt) { push @result, $key; } } return \@result; } sub listCompare { my $lc = List::Compare->new('-u', @AllArraysIHave); my @result = $lc->get_intersection; return \@result; } sub listCompareF { my @result = get_intersection ([@AllArraysIHave]); return \@result; }

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In reply to Re: Getting the intersection of n collections. by GrandFather
in thread Getting the intersection of n collections. by jbrugger

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