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Interesting. I explored the idea a little. The browser didn't like \0 too much, so i typed \\NULL. Thanks.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w #file://letrie.pl use strict; $\="\n"; my %T=(); for my $word( qw/ aba abba abbda abbaracadabra bam bamara barbara / ) +{ print $word; my $R = \%T; my $C = -1; my( @word ) = $word =~ m{.}g; my $p = ""; while(++$C < @word) { $p = $word[$C]; if(exists $R->{$p}) { if(ref $R->{$p}) { $R = $R->{$p}; } else { $R = $R->{$p} = {}; } }else{ $R = $R->{$p} = {}; } } $R->{"\\NULL"}=1; # for exact match testing }#endof for use Data::Dumper; $Data::Dumper::Indent=1; $Data::Dumper::Purity=1; $Data::Dumper::Quotekeys=1; print Dumper \%T; print "Is 'abba' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'abba'); print "Is 'abbda' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'abbda'); print "Is 'abbdr' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'abbdr'); print "Is 'a' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'a'); print "Is 'b' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'b'); print "Is 'ba' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'ba'); print "Is 'bam' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'bam'); print "Is 'fsck' in a trie? ",in_a_trie(\%T,'fsck'); exit; sub in_a_trie { my( $T, $W ) = @_; my $R = 0; my $SH = ""; for $SH ($W =~ m{.}g) { if(exists $T->{$SH} ) { $T = $T->{$SH}; $R++; } else { return 'no'; } } return ($R ? 'yes' : 'no').' ' .(ref $T and $T->{"\\NULL"} ? 'exact' : 'partial' ); } __DATA__ aba abba abbda abbaracadabra bam bamara barbara $VAR1 = { 'a' => { 'b' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1 }, 'b' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1, 'r' => { 'a' => { 'c' => { 'a' => { 'd' => { 'a' => { 'b' => { 'r' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1 } } } } } } } } } }, 'd' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1 } } } } }, 'b' => { 'a' => { 'm' => { '\\NULL' => 1, 'a' => { 'r' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1 } } } }, 'r' => { 'b' => { 'a' => { 'r' => { 'a' => { '\\NULL' => 1 } } } } } } } }; Is 'abba' in a trie? yes exact Is 'abbda' in a trie? yes exact Is 'abbdr' in a trie? no Is 'a' in a trie? yes partial Is 'b' in a trie? yes partial Is 'ba' in a trie? yes partial Is 'bam' in a trie? yes exact Is 'fsck' in a trie? no

 
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In reply to (trie exploration) Re: Re:x2 A Regexp Assembler/Compiler (Whats a 'trie'?) by crazyinsomniac
in thread A Regexp Assembler/Compiler by PetaMem

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