Kei Kamikawa

NAME

List::Flatten::XS - List::Flatten with XS

SYNOPSIS

    use List::Flatten::XS 'flatten';

    my $ref_1 = +{a => 10, b => 20, c => 'Hello'};
    my $ref_2 = bless +{a => 10, b => 20, c => 'Hello'}, 'Nyan';
    my $ref_3 = bless $ref_2, 'Waon';

    my $complex_list = [[["foo", "bar", 3], "baz", 5], $ref_1, "hoge", [$ref_2, ["huga", [1], "K"], $ref_3]];

    # got: ["foo", "bar", 3, "baz", 5, $ref_1, "hoge", $ref_2, "huga", 1, "K", $ref_3];
    my $flatted = flatten($complex_list);

    # got: ("foo", "bar", 3, "baz", 5, $ref_1, "hoge", $ref_2, "huga", 1, "K", $ref_3);
    my @flatted_with_array = flatten($complex_list);

    # got: [["foo", "bar", 3], "baz", 5, $ref_1, "hoge", $ref_2, ["huga", [1], "K"], $ref_3]
    my $flatted_level = flatten($complex_list, 1);

    # got: (["foo", "bar", 3], "baz", 5, $ref_1, "hoge", $ref_2, ["huga", [1], "K"], $ref_3)
    my @flatted_level_with_array = flatten($complex_list, 1);

DESCRIPTION

List::Flatten::XS is provided flatten routine like Ruby's Array.flatten. So, you can flat complex list with simply or you can flat with specify nested level.

LICENSE

Copyright (C) CodeHex.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

K <x00.x7f@gmail.com>