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In reflection of dws's and Zaxo's comments below, and with the help of a tip from Jarich an rob_au in the CB, I've re-cast my uFIFO code.

It's not designed nor destined to become a module. It's just an exploration of closures and what can be done with them.

#! perl -w use strict; sub uFIFO { =pod uFIFO - a FIFO that retains only unique values with the ability to + iterate (with multiple independant iterators) implemented using closures. One copy of any value except undef will be retained. Calling syntax: my $fifo = uFIFO(); my $count = $fifo{add}( @list ); # counts only unique value +s added. my $iter1 = $fifo{iterator}(); # Values added whilst the +iterator is active my $iter2 = $fifo{iterator}(); # are handled correctly my $first = $iter1{first}(); # Resets to the oldest val +ue (and returns it) my $next = $iter{next}(); # get the next or undef my @unique= $fifo{all)(); # all entries, undefined o +rder my $unique= $fifo{all}(); # Size of the fifo my $sorted= $fifo{ordered}(); # All in fifo order (scala +r context as above) =cut my (%fifo, @fifo); return { # Push input item or list onto the fifo, return the number of +items added add => sub { return scalar grep { defined $_ && !exists $fifo{ $_ } and push @fifo, \($fifo { $_ } = $_ ); } @_; }, # returns an indepentent iterator for the fifo, iterator => sub { my $next = 0; return { # resets the iterator and returns the first item (Does +n't increment!) first => sub { return scalar @fifo ? ${ $fifo[ $next = 0 ] } : u +ndef; }, # get the next item from the fifo, #or resets and returns undef if at no more next => sub { return scalar @fifo && $next < @fifo? ${ $fifo[$ne +xt++] } : undef; }, }, }, # returns all the values from the fifo # (in a non-determinant order (efficiently)) in a list context # or a count of them in a scalar context all => sub { return keys %fifo; }, # returns all the values in the order in which they were added # earlier values remain in place. Later duplicates do not caus +e promotion. ordered => sub { return map { ${ $_ }} @fifo; }, } }

If your interested in seeing in use and tested click

# TEST CODE ONLY BELOW HERE my $fifo1 = uFIFO(); # create a fifo - we can have as many as we need # create some test data and shuffle it my @test = ('a' .. 'z', 'i' .. 'r'); ($a=$_+rand @test-$_) and @test[$_,$a] = @test[$a,$_] for (0..$#test); printf "%15.15s: %s\n", 'Initial data', "@test"; # data in original or +der for comparison later #add some test data 26 stored from 36 passed print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'How many'), $fifo1->{add}( @test ),$/; print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'How many'), $fifo1->{add}( 'W' ),$/; # ad +d a single value print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'How many'), $fifo1->{add}( qw( X Y Z ) ), +$/; # add a list print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'How many'), $fifo1->{add}(),$/; #Add noth +ing? # add some 'somethings' interspersed with some 'nothings' # and return how many were added: should be 3 ('A', 0, '') ; undef are +n't stored and 0 =~ "0" print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'How many added'),$fifo1->{add}( undef, ch +r(65), undef, 0, "", "0" ), $/; # Show only one copy of each made it in print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'Count & show'), 0+$fifo1->{all}(), ' : ', + "@{[$fifo1->{all}()]}", $/; # process the list, randomly adding some more and printing them out as + we process my $i; printf '%15.15s: ', 'Processed'; my $iterator = $fifo1->{iterator}(); while( my $temp = $iterator->{next}() ) { print $temp, ' ' ; (0 == int(rand 4)) and $fifo1->{add}( ++$i ); # Randomly add new v +alues } print $/; print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'Ordered'), "@{ [ $fifo1->{ordered}() ] }" +, $/; print sprintf( '%15.15s: ', 'Unordered'), "@{ [ $fifo1->{all}() ] }" + , $/; __END__ # Output from testing C:\test>uFIFO Initial data: l f s p l q r p q j m h j d r m n u n v i e o o x a c + y z t g w b k i k How many: 26 How many: 1 How many: 3 How many: 0 How many added: 3 Count & show: 33 : A W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 0 o p q r + s t u v w x y z Processed: l f s p q r j m h d n u v i e o x a c y z t g w b k W + X Y Z A Ordered: l f s p q r j m h d n u v i e o x a c y z t g w b k W + X Y Z A 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Unordered: A W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 0 1 o 2 p 3 q +4 r 5 s 6 t 7 u 8 v 9 w x y z

Well It's better than the Abottoire, but Yorkshire!

In reply to Re: uFIFO mk.2 by BrowserUk
in thread RFC and debugging tips by BrowserUk

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