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Re: Converting hash structure into a special tree

by kschwab (Vicar)
on Jan 13, 2019 at 14:20 UTC ( #1228468=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Converting hash structure into a special tree

How about Data::TreeDumper?
use Data::TreeDumper; $Data::TreeDumper::Maxdepth=4; $Data::TreeDumper::Useascii=1; $Data::TreeDumper::Displayaddress=0; my $d= { "one" => 1, "two" => 2, "array" => [1,2,3,4], "hash" => {"test" => "me"} }; print DumpTree($d,'Contents of $d');
Contents of $d
|- array 
|  |- 0 = 1 
|  |- 1 = 2 
|  |- 2 = 3 
|  `- 3 = 4 
|- hash 
|  `- test = me 
|- one = 1 
`- two = 2 

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Re^2: Converting hash structure into a special tree
by ovedpo15 (Pilgrim) on Jan 13, 2019 at 14:33 UTC
    It looks like an amazing module! Sadly I can't use it because it is not installed (And I can't install new modules on my school project). I'm allowed to use about 500 modules but Data::TreeDumper is not one of them. :(
    EDIT: I saw that I have 'Tree::DAG_Node' module. I tried to read the docs but it does not do the format I need.
        I tried to use that module and the docs are quite good. But it feels like it is not so efficient because I will be using that module and then convert the output to the wanted output. I think that it will be more efficient to create a loop which will reproduce this output, but I'm not so sure. Do you have any other suggestions maybe?
Re^2: Converting hash structure into a special tree
by ovedpo15 (Pilgrim) on Jan 14, 2019 at 02:02 UTC
    I would try to convince my lecture to let me use that module. What structure do you recommend me to pass to the module? Can you give me a hint on how to implement it? I read the docs it feels straight forward but I'm not sure which hash format should I pass and which algorithm to implt in order to create one.

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