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2013-05-16 Anonymous Monk Re: Review of my script ( s/...$year + 1900/POSIX::strftime/) Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 AnomalousMonk Re^5: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 AnomalousMonk Re^2: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 Anonymous Monk Re^2: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 invaderzard Re^4: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 invaderzard Re: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 Rudolf Re: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 Riales Re^3: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 dave_the_m Re^2: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 toolic Re: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 Riales Re: What is $x{$y}? Re:SoPW
2012-09-10 invaderzard What is $x{$y}? SoPW
2012-09-06 ikegami Re: $x | $y | $z = $z | ($x | $y) ? Re:SoPW
2012-09-06 sundialsvc4 Re: $x | $y | $z = $z | ($x | $y) ? Re:SoPW
2012-09-06 perl5ever Re^2: $x | $y | $z = $z | ($x | $y) ? Re:SoPW
2012-09-06 philiprbrenan Re: $x | $y | $z = $z | ($x | $y) ? Re:SoPW
2012-09-06 perl5ever $x | $y | $z = $z | ($x | $y) ? SoPW
2011-10-29 Anonymous Monk Re: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 Fox Re: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 hbm Re^2: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 ambrus Re^2: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 JavaFan Re: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 roboticus Re^3: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 ambrus Re^2: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 roboticus Re: Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Re:Med
2011-10-28 ambrus Surprise: scalar(($x, $y) = split) Med
2011-02-01 apl Re^4: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-02-01 Utilitarian Re^4: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 ikegami Re^4: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 szabgab Re^3: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 cdarke Re: Why does localtime() return $YEAR-1900? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 apl Re^2: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 bart Re: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 marto Re: Why does localtime() return 1900-$YEAR? Re:SoPW
2011-01-31 szabgab Why does localtime() return $YEAR-1900? SoPW
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^8: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 BrowserUk Re^3: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 shmem Re^7: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^6: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 shmem Re^5: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^4: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^2: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 shmem Re^3: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^2: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Re^2: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 FunkyMonk Re: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 MidLifeXis Re: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 shmem Re: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 BrowserUk Re: Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x Re:Med
2009-04-22 Limbic~Region Challenge: prefix($x, $y) . suffix($x, $z) eq $x (tennis players) Re:Med

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