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Yeah. We have to track the end position and stop accordingly. A simple fix is to use the '' slot in the hash to hold "end state" data for the trie. Eg:

sub insert { my $trie=shift; my $str=shift; $trie=$trie->{$_}||={} foreach (split //,$str); $trie->{''}= $str; } sub common { my $trie=shift; my $common=""; while (!exists($trie->{''}) and 1==scalar keys %$trie) { my $char=(keys %$trie)[0]; $common.=$char; $trie=$trie->{$char}; } $common; } my %trie; insert(\%trie,$_) foreach qw(a ab abc); print common(\%trie);

Sorry it took so long to reply.

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In reply to Re^3: Find common prefix from a list of strings by demerphq
in thread Find common prefix from a list of strings by Albannach

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