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NAME

Array::Shaped::Console - Renders 2d arrays to a console using block symbols

SYNOPSIS

use Array::Shaped::Console;

my @array[2;2] = (-1,1;1,-1);
# Prints "□▧\n▧□\n"  using default "grayscale" console symbols array
printed(@array).say;

# Prints "□■\n■□\n" with infinity having a special default symbol.
@array = (-1,Inf;Inf,-1);
say printed( @array );

DESCRIPTION

Array::Shaped::Console includes functions and ranges to easily render numeric 2d arrays to the console, using the same shape of the array, and adapting the array range to the number of symbols that are also handled in the function.

These arrays and "infinity" symbol are predefined;

@grayscale = chr(0x25A1)..chr(0x25A9);
@dashes = '–'..'―';
@lines = '⎽'...'⎺';
@shades = '░'..'▓';
@lower = '▁'..'█';
@left = '▏'...'█';
@squares = <▪◾◼>;
@chars = ".:-=+*#%@".comb;
$inf-char = chr(0x25A0);

@grayscale is used by default.

method printed( @array, @shapes = @grayscale, $non-symbol = $inf-char)

Returns a string that collates, using the array shape, in a single string that separates rows by a carriage return.

AUTHOR

JJ Merelo jjmerelo@gmail.com

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2020 JJ Merelo

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.

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