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2014-06-09 mr_mischief Re^5: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-09 Laurent_R Re^4: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 LanX Re^4: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT (perldelta) Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 Anonymous Monk Re^3: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 LanX Re^2: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 choroba Re^2: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 davido Re: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 Anonymous Monk Re^2: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-08 LanX Re: why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT Re:SoPW
2014-06-07 Anonymous Monk why is it considered good syntax to put \* before STDIN or STDOUT SoPW
2014-06-05 Lotus1 Re^2: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 perlfan Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 Red Viper Re^2: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 wjw Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-04 no_slogan Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-04 Red Viper why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl SoPW
2014-05-20 NodeReaper Reaped: ѩ`` ܩ`ڥ 椨о SoPW
2014-05-08 tye Re^4: GetOpt::Long usage style (\my @a) Re:Med
2014-04-28 madM Re^2: Unmatched [ in regex; marked by <-- HERE in m/[ <-- HERE ^]/ (\@) Re:SoPW
2014-04-28 tye Re: Unmatched [ in regex; marked by <-- HERE in m/[ <-- HERE ^]/ (\@) Re:SoPW
2014-03-17 fishmonger Re^5: different length of a line from linux and windows textfile? ("\r") Re:SoPW
2014-03-17 choroba Re^4: different length of a line from linux and windows textfile? ("\r") Re:SoPW
2014-03-17 SimonPratt Re^3: different length of a line from linux and windows textfile? ("\r") Re:SoPW
2014-03-17 tye Re^2: different length of a line from linux and windows textfile? ("\r") Re:SoPW
2014-01-24 Anonymous Monk Re: XML::Parser - Obtaining Attributes ( ddumper \@_ ) Re:SoPW
2013-11-18 rjohn1 Re^4: A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) Re:SoPW
2013-11-18 kcott Re^3: A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) Re:SoPW
2013-11-18 rjohn1 Re^2: A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) Re:SoPW
2013-11-16 kcott Re: A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) Re:SoPW
2013-11-15 Anonymous Monk Re: A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) Re:SoPW
2013-11-14 rjohn1 A very strange problem with entry, button widgets along with waitvariable(\$X) SoPW
2013-10-29 Anonymous Monk Re: Can I delete C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\par-Administrator Re:SoPW
2013-10-29 palkia Can I delete C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\par-Administrator SoPW
2013-10-20 Darkwing Re^2: [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() Re:SoPW
2013-10-19 moritz Re: [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() Re:SoPW
2013-10-19 tye Re: [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() ("bug") Re:SoPW
2013-10-19 wjw Re: [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() Re:SoPW
2013-10-19 roboticus Re: [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() Re:SoPW
2013-10-19 Darkwing [Perl 5.14, regex]: Problems with /g, \G and pos() SoPW
2013-10-16 davido Re^6: Making JSON::{PP,XS} not decode true/false to JSON::{PP,XS}::Boolean objects (\$) Re:SoPW
2013-10-16 tye Re^5: Making JSON::{PP,XS} not decode true/false to JSON::{PP,XS}::Boolean objects (\$) Re:SoPW
2013-10-07 Lennotoecom Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Athanasius Re^2: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 jwkrahn Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Athanasius Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Lennotoecom Re: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 tinita Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 smls Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 three18ti Re^4: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Laurent_R Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW

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