simple tied hash interface for files and data structures
AnyData provides simple and uniform access to data from many sources -- perl arrays, local files, remote files retrievable via http or ftp -- and in many formats including flat files (CSV, Fixed Length, Tab Delimited, etc), standard format files (Web Logs, Passwd files, etc.), structured files (XML, HTML Tables) and binary files with parseable headers (mp3s, jpgs, pngs, etc).
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