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Re: Data Dumper Question

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 27, 2009 at 06:14 UTC ( #814483=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Data Dumper Question

use our $VAR1, or better yet, use JSON :)

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Re^2: Data Dumper Question
by clintonm9 (Sexton) on Dec 27, 2009 at 06:22 UTC
    I see what you saying about using our, but it didnt seem to make a difference.
      $ perldoc Data::Dumper |grep eval printing and "eval" eval Data::Dumper->Dump([$foo, $bar], [qw(foo *ary)]); eval $d->Dump; The return value can be "eval"ed to get back an identical copy of +the The default output of self-referential structures can be "eval"ed, + but fill in these references. Moreover, if "eval"ed when strictures ar +e in Controls the degree to which the output can be "eval"ed to rec +reate output may not always be parseable by "eval". $bar = eval(Dumper($boo)); $Data::Dumper::Purity = 1; # fill in the holes for eva +l $d = eval $c; if "Purity" is set. You can "eval" the result, but bear in mind th +at the
      $Data::Dumper::Purity = 1; makes it write
      $VAR1 = { 'test1' => [ { 'temp' => '123' } ], 'test2' => [ {} ] }; $VAR1->{'test2'}[0] = $VAR1->{'test1'}[0];
      You could use YAML

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