- CGI (I write a lot of CGI programs.)
- DBI (And a lot of them are database frontends.)
- Data::Table (Create a HTML table from the results of a SQL query. Cool!)
- HTML::Table (Simplifies making tables to align my forms and such.)
- File::Find (Recursive filesystem traversal.)
- Date::Calc (My favorite of the Date modules.)
- Math::SigFigs (The ONLY module I know of to round-off numbers properly for scientists.)
- Getopt::Std (I'm too lazy to parse my own command line.)
- Tk (Graphical user interfaces made easy.)
- Spreadsheet::WriteExcel (My users still think they need Excel. So I humor them.)
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