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Here's another method using map & grep functions. I believe this should capture all the data you need.

It only performs a single pass through the hash keys. There are no nested loops.

# hash_key_cmp use strict; use warnings; # Test data our %CVS = ( b => 1, c => 0, d => 1, e => 1, f => 1, g => 0, h => 1, i => 1, j => 1, k => 1, l => 1, ); our %SQL = ( x_a => 1, x_b => 1, x_d => 1, x_e => 1, x_f => 0, x_g => 1, x_h => 0, x_i => 1, x_j => 1, x_l => 1, x__k => 1, x_m => 0, ); # Compare hashes (my $prefix = (each %SQL)[0]) =~ s/^(.+_)?.*/$1/; my $prefix_len = length $prefix; my (@valid_in_both, @bad_in_both, @not_in_sql, @not_in_cvs); map { exists $SQL{join '', $prefix, $_} ? $CVS{$_} eq $SQL{join '', $prefix, $_} ? push(@valid_in_both, $_) : push(@bad_in_both, $_) : push(@not_in_sql, $_) } keys %CVS; @not_in_cvs = grep { ! exists($CVS{substr $_, $prefix_len}) } keys %SQ +L; # Output results print 'Not in SQL: ', "@not_in_sql", "\n"; print 'Not in CVS: ', "@not_in_cvs", "\n"; print 'Valid in both: ', "@valid_in_both", "\n"; print 'Bad in both: ', "@bad_in_both", "\n";

Here's the output:

[ ~/tmp ] $ perl hash_key_cmp Not in SQL: c k Not in CVS: x_a x__k x_m Valid in both: b d e i j l Bad in both: f g h [ ~/tmp ] $

Update: Changed second map to a grep. Line used to read:

map { exists($CVS{substr $_, $prefix_len}) || push(@not_in_cvs, $_) } +keys %SQL;

Brain stuck in push() mode, I think :-)



In reply to Re: Comparing hash data by Prior Nacre V
in thread Comparing hash data by FubarPA

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