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Yeah, this if from a few months back -- it's why I dislike Tkx and think Tcl::pTk is sweet :) (and Tcl is ick)

Doesn't deal with escapes/quoted string, not that I've ever seen any such Tcl beasties, but Regexp::Common is there for that didn't work on this data

#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dump; my $str = '{{Register {{CumulativeActive(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSucc +essfullyEstablished(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSuccessfullyCompleted(ca +lls)(In) 0} {CumulativeUnsuccessful(calls)(In) 0} }}} {{{Make Call} { +{CumulativeActive(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSuccessfullyEstablished(ca +lls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSuccessfullyCompleted(calls)(In) 0} {Cumulativ +eUnsuccessful(calls)(In) 0} }}} {{Initiating {{CumulativeActive(calls +)(In) 0} {CumulativeSuccessfullyEstablished(calls)(In) 0} {Cumulative +SuccessfullyCompleted(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeUnsuccessful(calls)(In +) 0} }}} {{Summary {{CumulativeActive(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSucces +sfullyEstablished(calls)(In) 0} {CumulativeSuccessfullyCompleted(call +s)(In) 0} {CumulativeUnsuccessful(calls)(In) 0} }}}'; eval{require Tkx;1} and dd( dadum( "$str" ) ); dd( t2p( "$str" ) ); sub dadum { my @da = Tkx::SplitList( $_[0] ); for my $d ( @da ){ if( $d =~ m{\{.*?\}} ){ $d = dadum( $d ); } } return \@da; } sub t2p { local $_ = $_[0]; my $last = my $root = []; my @prev; pos($_)=0; while( length > pos ){ if( m{ \G \s+ }gscx ){ next; # ignore space } elsif( m{ \G \{ }gscx ){ push @$last, my $new = []; push @prev, $last; $last = $new; } elsif( m{ \G \} }gscx ){ $last = pop @prev; } elsif( m{ \G ( [^\s\{\}]+ ) }gscx ){ push @$last, $1; } elsif( m{ \G (.) }gscx ){ push @$last, { error => $1 }; } } $root } __END__

In reply to Re: Convert Tcl Keyed List to Perl (Tkx, dadum, t2p) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Convert Tcl Keyed List to Perl by bkobs39

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