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This is to determine the pairs only

That should take seconds, not minutes.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; my $t0 = time; my @f = map{ sprintf 'product_%04d',$_ } 1..2083; my $count = 0; open OUT,'>','pairs.txt' or die "$!"; while (my $x = shift @f){ for my $y (@f){ ++$count; print OUT "$count\t$x\t$y\n"; } } close OUT; my $dur = time-$t0; print "$count in $dur s\n"; # 19s on raspberryPI

In reply to Re^2: creating and managing many hashes by poj
in thread creating and managing many hashes by Gtforce

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