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Hi All,
Hi All,

I found this question with many answers regarding the language Ruby. /*
After I do bunch of computations and create a huge array with bunch of
numbers, I like to use the already-computed array in another program
rather than re-computing it each time I run the program. How can I
save the array object in one program and read it from another program
in Ruby?
and I found this answer the simplest one:

You can use marshalling:

array = ..."array", "wb") do |f|
  Marshal.dump(array, f)

To reload:

array = nil"array", "rb") do |f|
  array = Marshal.load(f)

Now, I need the same thing in Lua. Is it possibile to do this elegantly in just 8 lines in Lua?