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or my %b := bag … On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 10:54 AM, Vittore Scolari <vittore.scol...@gmail.com> wrote: > I answer myself: with % you get an Hash > > On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 5:53 PM, Vittore Scolari <vittore.scol...@gmail.com> > wrote: >> >> Wouldn't here be better to use the % sigil? >> >> my %docents = bag @rows.map: -> @row {@row[0] xx @row[1]}; >> >> >> >> On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 1:02 PM, Fernando Santagata >> <nando.santag...@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>> Hi, >>> >>> I'm not sure that I've understood what you need. >>> If you get that array of arrays from a another process @rows and you wish >>> to convert it into a Bag you can do this: >>> >>> my @rows = [["JF", 1], ["JF", 2], ["MM", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["MM", 2], >>> ["FE", 2], ["FV", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JP", 2], ["FV", 2], ["FV", >>> 2], ["JF", 2], ["MM", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["MM", 2], ["FE", 2], ["FV", 2], >>> ["MPu", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JF", 4]]; >>> my Bag $docents = bag @rows.map: -> @row {@row[0] xx @row[1]}; >>> dd $docents; >>> >>> # Bag $docents = ("JP"=>8,"FV"=>8,"FE"=>4,"MPu"=>8,"MM"=>8,"JF"=>9).Bag >>> >>> Otherwise you can start collecting those pairs into a Bag from the start, >>> but we would need more details then. >>> >>> HTH >>> >>> >>> On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 12:10 PM, mimosinnet <mimosin...@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >>>> Hi all, >>>> >>>> I do not seem to be able to get this done with the Bag or BagHash type: >>>> >>>> --- >>>> dd @rows; >>>> >>>>> Output: Array @rows = [["JF", 1], ["JF", 2], ["MM", 2], ["MPu", 2], >>>>> ["MM", 2], ["FE", 2], ["FV", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JP", 2], ["FV", >>>>> 2], ["FV", 2], ["JF", 2], ["MM", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["MM", 2], ["FE", 2], >>>>> ["FV", 2], ["MPu", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JP", 2], ["JF", 4]] >>>> >>>> >>>> my %docents; >>>> for @rows -> @row { >>>> %docents{ @row[0] } += @row[1]; >>>> } >>>> >>>> dd %docents; >>>> >>>>> Output: Hash %docents = {:FE(4), :FV(8), :JF(9), :JP(8), :MM(8), >>>>> :MPu(8)} >>>> >>>> >>>> --- >>>> >>>> As I understand it, this would better be achieved with the Bag or >>>> BagHash type. What would be the easy way? >>>> >>>> Thanks! >>>> -- >>>> (≧∇≦) Mimosinnet (Linux User: #463211) >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> Fernando Santagata >> >> >