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How do I save a nested structure to a file (and read it later)?

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Contributed by entropy on Apr 17, 2001 at 00:53 UTC
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Answer: How do I save a nested structure to a file (and read it later)?
contributed by merlyn

Storable is my favorite.

Answer: How do I save a nested structure to a file (and read it later)?
contributed by ton

You can also use Data::Dumper, which is not as efficient but is human readable.

Answer: How do I save a nested structure to a file (and read it later)?
contributed by Malkavian

I've got a personal favourite of FreezeThaw which is pretty friendly, and does the job nicely.

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