what's a CHUNK? 
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 what's a CHUNK?

Got this..

Use of uninitialized value at ./procex.pl line 105, <IN> chunk 11.
        main::export_recx ('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./procex.pl line


No documentation for perl FAQ keyword `chunk' found

looked in Camel index under "Chunk", no entry

Use of uninitialized value at ./process_mem.pl line 105, <IN> chunk
11.
        main::export_freeuser('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./process_mem.pl
line

does chunk 11 mean the 11th hash element if I was to do a keys %hash?
Since hashes are not ordered I'm uncertain what info this chunk
thingie tells me!

Thanks,
GX



Sun, 16 May 2004 02:56:55 GMT  
 what's a CHUNK?
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On Nov 27, Sara said:

Quote:
>Use of uninitialized value at ./procex.pl line 105, <IN> chunk 11.
>    main::export_recx ('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./procex.pl line

That means the 11th block of text read from the filehandle "IN".

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Sun, 16 May 2004 03:07:16 GMT  
 what's a CHUNK?

Quote:

> Got this..

> Use of uninitialized value at ./procex.pl line 105, <IN> chunk 11.
>    main::export_recx ('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./procex.pl line


> No documentation for perl FAQ keyword `chunk' found

> looked in Camel index under "Chunk", no entry

> Use of uninitialized value at ./process_mem.pl line 105, <IN> chunk
> 11.
>    main::export_freeuser('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./process_mem.pl
> line

> does chunk 11 mean the 11th hash element if I was to do a keys %hash?
> Since hashes are not ordered I'm uncertain what info this chunk
> thingie tells me!

> Thanks,
> GX

a quick search of groups.google.com will turn up the following thread:
Documentation: What is a chunk - exactly?
go check it out...

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css3, school of civil and environmental engineering
georgia institute of technology
atlanta, ga, usa



Sun, 16 May 2004 03:18:00 GMT  
 what's a CHUNK?

Quote:


> > Got this..

> > Use of uninitialized value at ./procex.pl line 105, <IN> chunk 11.
> >       main::export_recx ('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./procex.pl line


> > No documentation for perl FAQ keyword `chunk' found

> > looked in Camel index under "Chunk", no entry

> > Use of uninitialized value at ./process_mem.pl line 105, <IN> chunk
> > 11.
> >       main::export_freeuser('HASH(0x821d890)') called at ./process_mem.pl
> > line

> > does chunk 11 mean the 11th hash element if I was to do a keys %hash?
> > Since hashes are not ordered I'm uncertain what info this chunk
> > thingie tells me!

> > Thanks,
> > GX

> a quick search of groups.google.com will turn up the following thread:
> Documentation: What is a chunk - exactly?
> go check it out...

Nevermind the previous guy answered the actual question instead of
forking, and with about the same amount of energy..

Cheers!
GX



Sun, 16 May 2004 18:47:27 GMT  
 
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