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Dear monks,
would you be so kind to help my simplify the following code(which also i tried to simplify up to now, since the last time we spoke).
this is the code:
$dat0 = 'a.txt'; open(DAT, "$dat0") || die("Could not open file!"); @all=<DAT>; @temp = ''; $temp[0] = $temp[1] = ''; $l = 1; foreach $i (@all) { $temp[$l * 2] = $i; @u = split (/ /, $i); foreach $j (@u){ if (($j ne "$j") || ($j ne "v")) { @tep = '';$tep1 = 0; foreach $k (@all) { @uuu = split (/ /, $k); chomp $j; if ($uuu[0] eq "$j") { $tep[$tep1] = \$k; $tep1++;} } $temp[$l * 2 + 1] = \@tep; } } $l++;} open(DAT, ">$dat0") || die; print DAT @all; close(DAT);

It works file for a file where are 3, 4 lines, but when i comes to thousands, it takes about 10 seconds to work on one line.

How can it be simplisied ?

ps : this script is supposed to get all the lines from a file and refer each word to the sentence that starts with that word (and, there aren't 2 sentences that start identically).

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