josh rotenberg joshrotenberg at gmail.com
Tue May 15 17:48:30 UTC 2007

Technically, yes, but there are  two possible issues you may encounter.

First, if the data set by the perl client was complex, i.e. not a
scalar, it will be stored in memcached with Storable, so the data
won't be readable by your C client. If you are using compression, this
may complicate matters as well.

Second, if you are connecting to multiple servers, it may be that the
perl client is hashing keys differently, so the key set on one server
by perl may be somewhere else according to the C version.


On 5/15/07, sivaramakrishna sista <srksista at yahoo.com> wrote:
> can we get data using C API which was stored using perl API.
> If it is possible can you explain it.
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