Oct 10, 2001, 1:12 AM
Post #2 of 2
The only thing I know about such information is that you can use dbmopen() to tie an hash to a file, and dbmclose() to untie. When the hash is tied, it will contain the information located in the DMB file. Any change to the hash will automatically be changed in the file aswell.
Modern Perl however, mas more features like tie(), untie() and some modules. I haven't studied anything about tha, since I didn't need it recently. If anyone can answer this commen shared question of us, please do so.