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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Problems starting the debugger haukex 24
2 Problems starting the debugger morelenmir 20
3 Re: How do I use "Long Doubles" in perl? Tux 18
4 Re^3: How do I use "Long Doubles" in perl? syphilis 16
5 Re: Embedding command-line arguments within source code haukex 12
6 Re: How to dereference array of ref.s? Discipulus 11
7 Re: Embedding command-line arguments within source code Discipulus 10
8 Re: How to dereference array of ref.s? Arunbear 10
9 Re: How to dereference array of ref.s? johngg 9
10 Re: launching external process macOS haukex 8
As of May 20, 2018 at 23:41 UTC, Next refresh in 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: get variable from file to exist within perl code 1nickt 41
2 PDL QuickRef mxb 40
3 Re: How do I use "Long Doubles" in perl? dave_the_m 39
4 Re: find all numeric values from a string and join them hippo 37
5 Re: Distinguishing a filehandle for an in-memory string ikegami 37
6 Basic Neural Network in PDL mxb 37
7 Re: Importing a variable into a package (updated) haukex 35
8 Re: get variable from file to exist within perl code Athanasius 35
9 Re: key value pair reference? Corion 35
10 Re: Abusing Map Eily 34
As of May 21, 2018 at 00:16 UTC, Next refresh in 3 hours and 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 RFC: 100 PDL Exercises (ported from numpy) mxb 62
2 Re: Perl hash keys not considered unique (updated) haukex 47
3 Re: What is the purpose of local *_ = \my $a in File::Find? ikegami 45
4 Re: print problem hippo 45
5 Re: Problem with perl one-liner Corion 44
6 Re: Experimental keys on scalar is now forbidden haukex 43
7 Re: Check if file exists roboticus 43
8 Re: Exporter. Correct way to override import? dave_the_m 43
9 Re: RFC: 100 PDL Exercises (ported from numpy) vr 43
10 Re: Which is best book to start learning Object Oriented Perl? davido 43
As of May 20, 2018 at 05:05 UTC, Next refresh in 4 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 RFC: 100 PDL Exercises (ported from numpy) mxb 62
2 Re: Just before subroutine returns Athanasius 60
3 Kindness and support for Meredith stevieb 57
4 Re: Really Perl? hippo 57
5 Re: How has Perl affected you? BrowserUk 57
6 Re: Do not understand code haukex 56
7 Re: How has Perl affected you? zentara 56
8 Re: Trying to Understand Callback(s) holli 54
9 Searching for exoplanets GrandFather 54
10 High Performance Game of Life eyepopslikeamosquito 54
11 Re: printing Unicode works for some characters but not all kcott 54
12 Re: Out of Memory when generating large matrix BrowserUk 52
13 Using constants as hash keys choroba 52
14 The problem of "the" default shell afoken 52
15 Re: Sort never returns data in right order hippo 52
16 A Few Impressions from Amsterdam haukex 52
17 Re: How come @_ gets changed here? tobyink 52
18 Re^2: How has Perl affected you? shmem 51
19 Re: Is there any way to put regex modifiers into a variable? davies 50
20 Re: Graph in a terminal (ASCII - art) VinsWorldcom 50
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