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These nodes all have stuff by sierrathedog04 (showing 51-100 out of ~331?):

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95369 Re: Screen output for a Perl roguealike 2001-07-10 21:15
95361 Re: Korn Shell Wrappers for Perl Module Functions? 2001-07-10 21:05
95345 Korn Shell Wrappers for Perl Module Functions? 2001-07-10 20:14
95215 Re: Re: Learning Perl 2001-07-10 05:21
95102 Re: RE: Faking an ip? 2001-07-09 22:51
95091 Re: (tye)Re4: eq or == with references 2001-07-09 22:30
94942 Re: (tye)Re3: eq or == with references 2001-07-09 15:30
94938 Re: Re: Re: Re: Faking an ip? 2001-07-09 15:03
94878 Re: Re: Regex woes... 2001-07-09 04:59
94822 Re: Re: Network Programming between Linux/NT 2001-07-08 16:31
94797 Re: (ar0n) Re: eq or == with references 2001-07-08 07:35
94669 Re: quote of the day 2001-07-07 05:55
94455 Re: Re^4: Determining what line a filehandle is on 2001-07-06 17:17
94252 Re: Handling weird return values with or die 2001-07-06 00:10
94055 Re: My Perl XS Module Fails At 'make test' 2001-07-05 14:55
94054 Re: a regex to parse html tags 2001-07-05 14:48
94053 Re: exe on local machine 2001-07-05 14:45
93979 My Perl XS Module Fails At 'make test' 2001-07-05 03:38
93932 Re: Re (tilly) 5: processing large files 2001-07-05 00:19
93920 Re: Re (tilly) 3: processing large files 2001-07-04 23:29
93882 Re: Great Line! 2001-07-04 19:57
93876 Re: CGI Help Guide 2001-07-04 19:30
93868 Re: Re (tilly) 1: processing large files 2001-07-04 18:38
93866 Re: Re: Re: Re: Random entry from combined data set 2001-07-04 18:25
93729 Re: Re: Re: Re: Failing to Autogenerate config in Inline.PM 2001-07-04 03:31
93709 Re: Re: Failing to Autogenerate config in Inline.PM 2001-07-04 02:17
93683 Failing to Autogenerate config in Inline.PM 2001-07-04 00:58
93580 Re: When is a flat file DB not enough? 2001-07-03 21:02
93517 Re: Re: making perl scripts play nicely together 2001-07-03 18:33
93361 Re: Re3: On 'Donations Gladly Accepted' 2001-07-03 03:33
93353 I've Got the Unable to Run Inline-0.42 Blues 2001-07-03 03:13
93295 Re: print or die 2001-07-02 23:35
93239 Re: Re: On 'Donations Gladly Accepted' 2001-07-02 21:27
93016 Re: How to install without PPM? 2001-07-01 17:12
92968 Re: Re: Perl Network Programming: A Dying Craft? 2001-07-01 05:40
92967 Re: Re: Re: Re: On 'Donations Gladly Accepted' 2001-07-01 05:31
92927 Re: Re: On 'Donations Gladly Accepted' 2001-06-30 20:58
92912 Re: Are We Coming to This? 2001-06-30 18:36
92910 On 'Donations Gladly Accepted' 2001-06-30 18:29
92907 Perl Network Programming: A Dying Craft? 2001-06-30 18:24
92905 Re: CGI Newbie Question - what happened to the original question? 2001-06-30 18:13
92684 Re: Re: Exceptions and Return Codes 2001-06-29 19:41
92151 Re: Re: Can I pass a reference between two scripts? 2001-06-28 05:44
92100 Re: Writing answers for newbie questions 2001-06-28 02:35
92090 Re: Can I pass a reference between two scripts? 2001-06-28 02:13
91306 Re: Re: Re: Newbie Question - Maintaining User Authenication Through Multiple Scripts 2001-06-25 19:18
91298 Re: Re: Multiprocessor (SMP) system detection 2001-06-25 18:39
91276 Re: Newbie Question - Maintaining User Authenication Through Multiple Scripts 2001-06-25 17:49
91271 Re: Re: Re: Re (tilly) 2: Microsoft vs. Perl and sloppy programming - Wildly OT 2001-06-25 17:39
90814 Re: generated SQL statement problem (OT) 2001-06-22 22:33
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