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Re^4: Perl and MongoDB find error

by Kanishka.black0 (Beadle)
on Apr 10, 2012 at 22:15 UTC ( #964415=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Perl and MongoDB find error
in thread Perl and MongoDB find error

that example might have been outdated, i checked the code of module , it doesn't support


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Re^5: Perl and MongoDB find error
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 11, 2012 at 09:22 UTC

    that example might have been outdated, i checked the code of module , it doesn't support

    I find that hard to believe :| Actually, I do not believe it :)

      find is not working i check the code, it been redirected to query in for final processing , even i was unable to digest at first.

        If you look at the tests in the distribution, they don't even test ``find'' with supplied key/value pairs, per what OP wants to do. For example:

         my $some_users = $users->find({"name" => "Joe"});

        If you try this, you'll get undefined values as you iterate over the cursor.

        (example taken straight from the documentation of MongoDB::Tutorial)

        OTOH, if you try this:

        my $john = $users->find({"name" => qr/joh?n/i});

        It seems to work. (Also from the documentation.)

        How bizarre.

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