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Re^2: lost in my data structure.

by lepetitalbert (Abbot)
on Nov 15, 2005 at 13:54 UTC ( #508610=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: lost in my data structure.
in thread lost in my data structure.

Hello dear Monks,

first, thank you all, you guys are great.

- GrandFather : since one long debbugging session (after I added warnings when my script was already finished) I now ALWAYS start my scripts with strict and warnings. But it's never said enough !

- graff && ivancho : that's because it's only a small part (but the 'deepest') of the data. Beside 'tcp' is 'udp', and then a lot of other infos

The goal of all this is to store everything in one db file, and then to check this against a previous snapshot

I thought this way I could loop through the 'snapshot hash' and check for new keys and modified values

But maybe it's not the best way ?

Have a wonderful day

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