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The use version creates a tied perl hash, employing caching ... while the other version doesn't bother to do that and simply matches on a scalar.
perl -d:Trace -V:ccflags >> foreach(@_){ >> config_re($_), next if /\W/; >> my $v=(exists $Config{$_}) ? $Config{$_} : 'UNKNOW +N'; >> exists($_[0]->{$_[1]}) or >> return $_[0]->{$_[1]} if (exists $_[0]->{$_[1]}) +; >> my($value, $start, $marker, $quote_type); >> $quote_type = "'"; >> if ($_[1] eq 'byteorder') { >> $marker = "$_[1]="; >> $start = index($config_sh, "\n$marker$quote_type") +; >> if ($start == -1) { >> return undef if ( ($start == -1) && # in case it' +s first >> if ($start == -1) { >> $start += length($marker) + 2; >> $value = substr($config_sh, $start, >> if ($quote_type eq '"') { >> $value = undef if $value eq 'undef'; >> $_[0]->{$_[1]} = $value; # cache it >> return $value; >> $v='undef' unless defined $v; >> print "$_='$v';\n"; ccflags='-nologo -O1 -MD -DNDEBUG -DWIN32 -D_CONSOLE -DNO_STRICT -DHAV +E_DES_FCRYPT -DPERL_IMPLICIT_CONTEXT -DPERL_IMPLICIT_SYS -D PERL_MSVCRT_READFIX'; >> foreach(@_){
Maybe i'm wrong ...

In reply to Re: Re: •Re: Check whether your hash keys have random order by Anonymous Monk
in thread Check whether your hash keys have random order by liz

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