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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; # ---------------------------------------------- # make dummy data # ---------------------------------------------- my @data; foreach (1..500) { push @data,int(rand(50)+1); } # ---------------------------------------------- # analyze data # ---------------------------------------------- # what are the limits of my data, and define hash # (all in one!) my $min; my $max; my %hist; my $most=0; foreach my $datum (@data) { $min = $datum if ! defined $min || $min > $datum; $max = $datum if ! defined $max || $max < $datum; $hist{$datum}++; $most = $hist{$datum} if $most < $hist{$datum}; } # ---------------------------------------------- # print the histogram # ---------------------------------------------- print "\n\n"; no warnings 'uninitialized'; # UPDATED foreach my $m (0 .. $most-1) { printf "%05d ",$most-$m; foreach my $i ($min .. $max) { # UPDATED if ($hist{$i} >= ($most-$m)) { print "x"; } else { print " "; } } print "\n"; } print " $min"," "x($max-$min),"$max\n";
I was bored

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Note that there was no attempt to scale the output. I leave that up to you.


In reply to Re: Perl code for a Histogram by Sandy
in thread Perl code for a Histogram by krish28

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