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Re: Re: Perl/Tk --- Weather Map Grabber

by PERLscienceman (Curate)
on Jul 25, 2003 at 22:12 UTC ( #277992=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Perl/Tk --- Weather Map Grabber
in thread Perl/Tk --- Weather Map Grabber

Greetings! Thank you for your reply and feedback. Have you seen this particular module: Geo::WeatherNWS ? I have been developing some code to work with it (not quite ready to post yet). In a nutshell, you input the the station ID code, it goes to a National Weather Service Database, gets the current conditions report, parses it, and outputs values such as temperature, relative humidity, windspeed+direction, etc..... I believe it is well worth your time to take a look at!

Anyway that is my 2 cents worth! Thanks again for your input.

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[Tanktalus]: choroba: do I have to move? :)
Discipulus has too much roots in a 2770 yo town
[marioroy]: I want a job after completing MCE in about a week. But feel that I've moved to the wrong place.
[choroba]: I fear so. We have offices in Prague, Brno, Saigon and San Francisco.
[Discipulus]: choroba if let your company to hire Tanktalus and marioroy ... what a big fishing!
[Discipulus]: i choice prague!!
[choroba]: 1200 years is enough :-)
[marioroy]: Lady_Aleena my $ans = qx! find . -name "*.pl" -exec ls -l {} \\; !;
[Tanktalus]: My basic problem right now is that if I were willing to move, I could be back in Toronto with a pay raise. We have a number of reasons for not wanting to do that.
[marioroy]: I had to backslash the backslash inside qx.

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