one key hash

C. Abney cabney at
Thu Feb 24 16:54:26 CST 2000

On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, C. Abney wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Bob Forgey wrote:
> > ... I would probably use
> >         keys(%foo_h)[0]
> > instead of the `each %foo_h', just to be explicit.
> I tried that and couldn't get it to work.  Made sense to me too, otherwise.
> It's a bit wordier than mine, but tells you exactly what you want to do.
> I even tried it with a symref... :(

dang, spoke too soon.  Of course '$top = +(keys (%foo_h))[0];'
will work.

AC #1: Now, if they were to force-evolve code using a genetic algorithm,
       you might get code better than any a human could write.
AC #2: Of course, you'd have to put up with the fact that this would not
       be executable in Kansas.                                 C. Abney


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