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Re: comparing lists and getting an exemtion report

by eyepopslikeamosquito (Chancellor)
on Apr 21, 2012 at 00:37 UTC ( #966289=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to comparing lists and getting an exemtion report

Essentially the same question was asked today in removing a sublist. You might like to check the answers given there and perlfaq4 (arrays section) and Perl Cookbook, recipe 4.8 "Finding elements in one array but not another".

Re performance, the way to find out is to use the Benchmark module to compare the running times of various solutions.

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[stevieb]: I don't know what you mean. I write the code in C/C++ that accesses the ICs per the datasheet, wrap it for Perl, then use them. My code ensures that the functions/methods from Perl do the right thing for the chips/sensors etc
[stevieb]: At least that's what I'm working on right now. I've also been updating my automated test software Test::BrewBuild so it handles this work properly. It's not really easy meshing high level languages with low-level hardware :)
[stevieb]: this link is probably better for an overview of my test software

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