I don't understand your first problem. Testing my code here with the @data
defined as :
@data = ( [ '1-1-2004', 15.0 ],
[ '2-1-2004', 15.5 ],
[ '3-1-2004', 16.5 ],
[ '4-1-2004', 17.0 ],
[ '5-1-2004', 17.5 ],
[ '6-1-2004', 18.0 ],
[ '7-1-2004', 18.5 ],
[ '8-1-2004', 19.0 ],
[ '9-1-2004', 19.5 ],
[ '16-1-2004', 28.8 ]);
does work here. Could you provide code ? Your problem seems to be XML related.
As for the range, you're right, there is problem, that is corrected in the new version, by converting temperature to an integer :
$day-> = int $day->;
is used to remember the current range we are in. If that range remains unchanged 5 times, we print the range information.
is used to remember the first day we saw the temperature of the current range;
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