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How do I compare/match deeply nested (complex) data structures?

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Contributed by jdporter on Oct 24, 2007 at 16:24 UTC
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Answer: How do I compare/match deeply nested (complex) data structures?
contributed by jdporter


Other modules which may prove useful:
  • Data::Diver - Simple, ad-hoc access to elements of deeply nested structures
  • Data::DRef - Delimited-key access to complex data structures
  • Data::Walker - A tool for navigating through Perl data structures
(Thanks to princepawn for finding these.)
Answer: How do I compare/match deeply nested (complex) data structures?
contributed by SBECK

The Data::Nested module has the ability to compare data structures. See the identical method.

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