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NAME ^

String::LCSS_XS - Find The Longest Common Substring of Two Strings.

VERSION ^

This document describes String::LCSS_XS version 1.2

SYNOPSIS ^

  use String::LCSS_XS qw(lcss lcss_all);
  
  my $longest = lcss ( "zyzxx", "abczyzefg" );
  print $longest, "\n";

  my @result = lcss ( "zyzxx", "abczyzefg" );
  print "$result[0] ($result[1],$result[2])\n";

  my @results = lcss_all ( "ABBA", "BABA" );
  for my $result (@results) {
     print "$result->[0] ($result->[1],$result->[2])\n";
  }

  $longest = lcss ( "foobar", "abcxyzefg", 3 ); #undef

DESCRIPTION ^

String::LCSS_XS computes the Longest Common Substring of two strings s and t. It is a C implementation of String::LCSS and uses a dynamic programming algorithm with O(mn) runtime and O(min(m,n)) memory usage (m is the length of s and n the length of t).

EXPORT_OK ^

By default String::LCSS_XS does not export any subroutines. The subroutines defined are

lcss(s, t, min)

In scalar context, returns the first found longest common substring of s and t. In array context, it also returns the match positions. Mainly for compatibility with String::LCSS. The optional argument min defines the minimum length of a reported substring.

lcss_all(s, t, min)

Returns all longest common substrings of s and t including the match positions.

PERFORMANCE ^

  my $s = 'i pushed the lazy dog into a creek, the quick brown fox told me to';
  my $t = 'the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog';

                     Rate    String::LCSS String::LCSS_XS
  String::LCSS     60.9/s              --           -100%
  String::LCSS_XS 84746/s         138966%              --

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-string-lcss_xs@rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.

String::LCSS returns undef when the lcss has size 1. String::LCSS_XS returns this single character.

CREDITS ^

Daniel Yacob has written String::LCSS. I stole his API, test suite and SYNOPSIS.

SEE ALSO ^

String::LCSS - A pure perl implementation (but O(n^3) runtime)

Tree::Suffix - A lcss solution based on Suffix Trees

Gusfield, Dan. Algorithms on Strings, Trees and Sequences: Computer Science and Computational Biology. USA: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-58519-8.

AUTHOR ^

Markus Riester, <limaone@cpan.org> with lots of help and many patches from ikegami.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2007-2010 by Markus Riester.

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

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY ^

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