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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: A restful back end Anonymous Monk 18
2 Re: Thoughts on a section for popular one liners jdporter 15
3 A restful back end Random_Walk 15
4 Re: copy only modified remote files salva 14
5 Re: reading txt and update into database table GrandFather 14
6 Re: copy only modified remote files jeffenstein 12
7 Re: A restful back end skx 12
8 Re: Print in box syntax Corion 10
9 Re: The problem of documenting complex modules. planetscape 10
10 Re: Obtaining number of counts per each name in hash jeffa 9
As of Jul 08, 2015 at 04:44 UTC, Next refresh in 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 The problem of documenting complex modules. BrowserUk 49
2 Re: Subroutines not exporting? Why? BrowserUk 41
3 Re: Max of 23 and 27 is 23? ikegami 40
4 Re: The problem of documenting complex modules. toolic 36
5 Re: Efficient split for alpha numeric pairs in a row choroba 36
6 Re: Stopping script execution from within the code like Python's pdb Corion 35
7 Re: Getting (famous) error during running perl script derby 34
8 Re: Test automation Eily 33
9 Re: Efficient split for alpha numeric pairs in a row BrowserUk 33
10 Re^3: Hang on STDOUT BrowserUk 32
As of Jul 08, 2015 at 01:35 UTC, Next refresh in 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part VIII): Software Craftsmanship eyepopslikeamosquito 50
2 Re: How to read string with numbers Athanasius 47
3 Re: Terminal decline? Discipulus 46
4 Terminal decline? BrowserUk 46
5 The problem of documenting complex modules. BrowserUk 45
6 Re: Understanding callbacks (non-blocking and multi tasking) LanX 45
7 Re: Soft Array Refs stevieb 43
8 Re^3: Code hiding in Perl afoken 42
9 Re: How To Identify or List Core Modules choroba 41
10 Re: Subroutines not exporting? Why? BrowserUk 40
As of Jul 07, 2015 at 11:40 UTC, Next refresh in 6 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 The First Ten Perl Monks eyepopslikeamosquito 91
2 Re: Honest question about Perl, Python and Ruby fullermd 72
3 Almost 28 new names for 32 old marks tye 70
4 Re: why does location of function matter? BrowserUk 62
5 Re: how does these map statements work frozenwithjoy 62
6 The importance of avoiding the shell jhourcle 61
7 The problem with "The Problem with Threads" BrowserUk 60
8 The Boy Scout Rule eyepopslikeamosquito 57
9 Re: How realistic is an extended absence? davido 57
10 Re: Why aren't perl regular expressions really regular expressions? Corion 56
11 How realistic is an extended absence? ksublondie 56
12 Re: The future of Perl? (The why, and my take.) BrowserUk 55
13 PerlMonks meets Twitter Bootstrap tobyink 55
14 Porting (old) code to something else Tux 54
15 Re: Opinion: where Perl5 wasn't attractive for me ikegami 54
16 Re: The importance of avoiding the shell Corion 54
17 Re: Programming Jobs, use strict or do not pass go Your Mother 53
18 Re: A use strict confession, with real questions. eyepopslikeamosquito 52
19 Re^3: why does location of function matter? davido 52
20 Re: Lazy conditional, skips assignment. roboticus 52
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