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Hashes certainly are the best solution, if you can amortize the set-up costs (and only slightly worse than grep even if you have to set up repeatedly -- i.e. if the list keeps changing).

But if ultimate efficiency is the goal, then there is an even more efficient way to use hash lookup:

my %hash; @hash{@list} = (); # Don't bother filling in values foreach my $x (1..1000) { if (exists $hash{$x}) # Just test for existence of key { print "$x is in the list\n"; } }

In reply to Re: Re: Making a match by TheDamian
in thread Making a match by Baz

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