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Old 11-05-2009
thanks a lot. It is worked nice and faster ^^

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Thanks again, your suggested code run fastest so far Smilie
congratulation ^^
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Devel::PatchPerl::Hints(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Devel::PatchPerl::Hints(3pm)

Devel::PatchPerl::Hints - replacement 'hints' files VERSION
version 0.72 SYNOPSIS
use Devel::PatchPerl::Hints; if ( my $content = Devel::PatchPerl::Hints->hint_file() ) { chmod 0644, 'hints/' or die "$!"; open my $hints, '>', 'hints/' or die "$!"; print $hints $content; close $hints; } DESCRIPTION
Sometimes there is a problem with Perls "hints" file for a particular perl port. This module provides fixed "hints" files encoded using "MIME::Base64". FUNCTION
The function is exported, but has to implicitly imported into the requesting package. use Devel::PatchPerl::Hints qw[hint_file]; It may also be called as a class method: use Devel::PatchPerl::Hints; my $content = Devel::PatchPerl::Hints->hint_file(); "hint_file" Takes an optional argument which is the OS name ( as would be returned by $^O ). By default it will use $^O. In a scalar context, Will return the decoded content of the "hints" file suitable for writing straight to a file handle or undef list if there isn't an applicable "hints" file for the given or derived OS. If called in a list context, will return a list, the first item will be the name of the "hints" file that will need to be amended, the second item will be a string with the decoded content of the "hints" file suitable for writing straight to a file handle. Otherwise an empty list will be returned. AUTHOR
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Chris Williams and Marcus Holland-Moritz. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-04 Devel::PatchPerl::Hints(3pm)