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Re^3: Search in array from match in another array, print once only.

by tmharish (Friar)
on Feb 22, 2013 at 10:11 UTC ( #1020121=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Search in array from match in another array, print once only.
in thread Search in array from match in another array, print once only.

Track counts instead of assign 1 to hash:

use strict ; use warnings ; my @array = ( "54321", "54312", "5999", "54352", "12345" ) ; my @original = ( "12345" , "54321" , "12345" ) ; my %count ; map( { $count{ $_ }++ } @original ); print "". ( ( $count{ $_ } ) ? "$_ Found $count{ $_ } times.\n" : "$_ +Not Found\n" ) foreach ( @array ) ;

Output:

54321 Found 1 times. 54312 Not Found 5999 Not Found 54352 Not Found 12345 Found 2 times.


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Re^4: Search in array from match in another array, print once only.
by garikapati (Initiate) on Feb 22, 2013 at 11:13 UTC

    just try this one

    #!C:\Perl64\bin -w use strict; my @array = ( "54321" , "54312" , "5999" , "54352" , "12345" ); my @original = ( "12345" , "54321" , "12355" ); my $hash={}; foreach my $val(@original){ if (grep{$_ == $val} @array){ $hash->{$val}++; }##end if else { print "$val NOT MATCHED\n"; }##end else }##end foreach foreach (keys(%{$hash})){ print "$_ matched $hash->{$_} times\n"; }##end foreach
Re^4: Search in array from match in another array, print once only.
by satans-nightmare (Initiate) on Feb 22, 2013 at 11:50 UTC
    Thanks a million guys!! Much appreciated! I can use each of these in different areas. Now just for me to go sit rewrite everything in my code to open the files and get arrays of the data. Again, thanks a mill for the help!!

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