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Re: Read Hash reference from File

by jethro (Monsignor)
on Nov 08, 2012 at 11:34 UTC ( #1002878=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Read Hash reference from File

If you need order, use arrays. Or if hashes are just to convenient for the data, add an order counter to the data and sort the references into an array. This array can be created after you have read in the hash, kept alongside the hash in memory and is valid as long as the hash doesn't change.

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[stonecolddevin]: o/ planetscape
[Sinistral]: I think that just the sight of his username now causes a downvote storm. I agree, and the gratuitous use of formatting does make reading hard. I've given him +1 on things where there seemed to be actual good advice, but I think the big
[Sinistral]: nail in coffin was the rant against a Schwarzian Transform
[stonecolddevin]: at best, from what i've seen, his knowledge is accurate up to maybe 2002. the sheer volume of words is mostly worthy of a downvote in most cases though i think
[erix]: ITYM Schwartzian Transform :P
[erix]: hey planetscape :)
[planetscape]: howdy stonecolddevin, erix
[Sinistral]: eric Aye. I thought I typed that wrong. All hail Randall! I listen to him on FLOSS Weekly
[Discipulus]: i think his vacuus, trombon like, absence of meaning, joined with a ostentatious style, after many years irritates the most
[erix]: easy to get wrong -- I guess that was sund's point, too :P

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