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Bloodnok

by Bloodnok (Vicar)
on Jun 10, 2003 at 11:51 UTC ( #264639=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Born: Apparently so, eons ago, ... and raised by a company of wolves - oh no, that was Eddie Izzard when his name was Grrr :D
History: Chequered
Likes: Listening to (most kinds of) music, (Self-evidently) The Goons, Playing the drums (what therapy!!) and (needless to say) *NIX, perl & beer
Dislikes: Lager, Windoze, hip-hop, garage, modern day R'n'B (if only they knew) i.e. most of the s#!te passed around today as music
Things I'd like to know more about: perl, OO, design patterns, The PM, life, the universe and everything else
Favourite links (in no particular order):
  • Re: How to uninstall module of perl
  • Best practices for secure persistent login?
  • How A Function Becomes Higher Order
  • Customizing cpan modules
  • Look-Arounds in Regexes are Hard
  • A working strategy to handle AUTOLOAD, can(), and (multiple) inheritance without touching UNIVERSAL?
  • The chestnut of dynamic module loading
  • Re^4: CGI javas‎crip‎t AJAX - progress in real time on a web page.
  • Questions from "Coders at Work"
  • References quick reference
  • Log::Log4Perl best practices
  • Categorized Questions and Answers
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    [Eily]: s/\K\bis\b/h/
    [Tux]: you left the space in
    [Tux]: and that \K is not required
    [Tanktalus]: 11.31 is already 10 years old... you still need to support versions older than that? My condolences :)
    [Eily]: meh, got confused. s/(?=\bis\b)/h/ will work better :)
    [Eily]: \K keeps the thing on the left, not the right (IE, it's like look behind, not look ahead)
    [Tux]: and 11.31 is still the last stable. We're moving all our customers to Linux (openSUSE and CentOS), but that takes a loooooooooooooooon g time
    [LanX]: ehm ... I woke up my *boobs* ?
    LanX where is the camera?
    Tux => $HOME

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