Perl module for comparing elements of two or more lists
List::Compare lets you compare elements between lists.
This module uses the Carp module which is part of the standard Perl
distribution. Other than that, there are no module dependencies in
this version of List::Compare.
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Q. How can I make comparisons among more than two lists when I don't know in
advance how many lists I'll need to compare?
A. Write a subroutine which returns a reference to an array. In your
program, call that subroutine as needed. Push the array reference returned
onto a "list of lists" which is then passed to List::Compare->new().
Example: You ha
List::Compare(3pmUser Contributed Perl DocumentatiList::Compare(3pm)
List::Compare - Compare elements of two or more lists
This document refers to version 0.37 of List::Compare. This
version was released June 07, 2008.
The bare essentials:
@Llist = qw(abel abel baker camera delta edward fargo golfer);
@Rlist = qw(baker
List::Compare::Base::_Auxiliary - Internal use only
This document refers to version 0.37 of
List::Compare::Base::_Auxiliary. This version was released
June 07, 2008.
This module contains subroutines used within List::Compare
and List::Compare::Functional. They
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