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Re: What is the major Perl successful story ?

by ggvaidya (Pilgrim)
on Mar 27, 2009 at 11:22 UTC ( #753633=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to What is the major Perl successful story ?

Both (one of the prettiest new Perl advocacy sites I've discovered recently, btw) and Proud to Use Perl are collecting Perl success stories, so you'll find some recent ones there.

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Re^2: What is the major Perl successful story ?
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 30, 2009 at 03:09 UTC
    I like Perl Alive. It is part of my non-perlmonks forum signature. Though one or two people who go there and come to go "huh". Form over function is the answer I give. It's great.

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[hippo]: Try it and see. Your computer won't explode.
[Corion]: length will tell you the length of a string.
[Corion]: But if you are parsing CSV, again, let me point to Text::CSV_XS, which you should use instead
[hippo]: +1 for Text::CSV_XS
[ovedpo15]: Im not allowed to use additional modules, so I can't use it. looking for a simple regex to do this task though..
[Corion]: Ah, so this is homework? Then most likely, you should review your course material closer. It would greatly surprise me if the course material wouldn't mention the topics that will be used in the homework...
[Corion]: I already showed you the simple regex to match the last part of a string without a comma in it
[Tux]: Corion++ hippo++

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