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Re^2: String Comparison & Equivalence Challenge

by Polyglot (Friar)
on Mar 15, 2021 at 05:23 UTC ( #11129645=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: String Comparison & Equivalence Challenge
in thread String Comparison & Equivalence Challenge

Thank you very much!

With Anomalous Monk's help, I was able to run the script. It takes about 15.1 seconds on my computer--and that is checking for the similarities of one verse. But, wow! Tk made it like a GUI! I'd never used Tk before--so that was a new experience. Interesting. I might have to try experimenting more with that at some point when I have time. For now, I just need a simple text-based process, and, let's see, about five and half days to index the entire Bible at that level.

Now I just need to set up a loop and redirect the output to a file. That shouldn't be too hard, should it? (I managed to do the latter already. Perhaps if I can isolate the logic from the GUI it might make it more efficient.)



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Re^3: String Comparison & Equivalence Challenge
by AnomalousMonk (Bishop) on Mar 15, 2021 at 06:48 UTC

    I found Perl/Tk to be a steep learning curve for all options of all widgets, but very convenient for everyday use of a few, familiar widgets. A couple of good books, both from O'Reilly:

    • Mastering Perl/Tk, by Stephen Lidie and Nancy Walsh
    • Learning Perl/Tk, by Nancy Walsh

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