|There's more than one way to do things|
In my quest recently to find a way of encrypting and decrypting a string in perl. I came accross this GEM of a web site Infrequently Asked Questions About Perl
I was searching for "perl string decrypt" and came across this page that has thisHow do I decrypt a string that I encrypted with crypt()?
I thought I had struck gold. This is exactly what I had been looking for, for hours.
I looked at the code in his solution and thought ... jeesh I am going to need to concentrate on this.!..
A Warning even followed.
Warning: Exporting this function outside the USA may be illegal under the provisions of ITAR.I loaded the code into my editor and as I was about to start I noticed the question below the one I was interested in,
How do I get my perl program to run faster?
No!!! It can't be... I have never seen those used before...
It was only then that I started to read the page from the begining...
My best is...
How do I get tomorrow's date?Use this function:
There must be tons more of this stuff out there, as soon as I get a gap I am going to search for it.
Of all the things I've lost in my life, its my mind I miss the most.