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Journal of dc2000 (3250)

Monday July 29, 2002
04:59 PM

remembering PEGS: Data variable value diagrams

[ #6732 ]

PErl Graphical Structures (PEGS) are a nice technique for illustrating
data relationships, which I first saw in Hall and Schwartz's
Effective Perl -- The Shiny Ball Book : Table of Contents with chapter .PDFs.

They're great for enumerating the data types used, and if initialized, for showing
variables and their values; PEGS are also good for depicting references.

I haven't seen them adopted elsewhere recently, except for daveorg's Munging book.

Must have taken a lot of time with Framemaker.

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