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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Mixing OR with conditional operator choroba 19
2 Re^3: Modern Perl 4th Edition Your Mother 17
3 Re^3: Modern Perl 4th Edition eyepopslikeamosquito 16
4 Re^2: Removing a test script from perl source syphilis 15
5 Re^3: How can i prevent perltidy from adding a semicolon after an ellipsis? LanX 15
6 Re: How to log to different outputs from different packages 1nickt 12
7 Re^2: How can i prevent perltidy from adding a semicolon after an ellipsis? karlgoethebier 12
8 Re: Overriding Global Variables haukex 11
9 Re: How to read a GEDCOM file Laurent_R 11
10 Re: How to read a GEDCOM file haukex 10
As of Nov 19, 2017 at 19:09 UTC, Next refresh in 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Perl archeology: Need help in refactoring of old Perl code that does not use strict Corion 39
2 Re: resetting a foreach loop! pryrt 38
3 Re: Array dereference in foreach() haukex 38
4 Re: Access to standard module source code? choroba 37
5 Re: Reading output of external program without Shell haukex 35
6 Re: How can increase number sequence in a variable haukex 34
7 Re: Perl archeology: Need help in refactoring of old Perl code that does not use strict AnomalousMonk 34
8 Re: Access to standard module source code? 1nickt 33
9 Re: Strange behaviour of tr function in case the set1 is supplied by a variable Athanasius 32
10 Re: iterative foreach loop haukex 32
As of Nov 19, 2017 at 19:08 UTC, Next refresh in 3 hours and 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: porting C code to Perl (updated!) haukex 48
2 Re: How do tell Perl to break only on undef? choroba 48
3 Re: Some Help for a Report About Perl Discipulus 46
4 Re: Printing out matches for two regular expressions choroba 42
5 Re: Counting words toolic 41
6 Re: Faster and more efficient way to read a file vertically BrowserUk 41
7 Re: Is it possible to get all variable names which are declared? (updated) haukex 39
8 Re: Faster and more efficient way to read a file vertically choroba 39
9 Re: Calling subroutine with \& and passing variables Discipulus 39
10 Variable-Width Lookbehind (hacked via recursion) haukex 39
As of Nov 18, 2017 at 23:52 UTC, Next refresh in 4 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Just before subroutine returns Athanasius 58
2 Re: How has Perl affected you? BrowserUk 57
3 Re: Do not understand code haukex 56
4 Kindness and support for Meredith stevieb 56
5 Re: How has Perl affected you? zentara 56
6 Re: Really Perl? hippo 55
7 Re: Randomly reassign hash keys poj 54
8 High Performance Game of Life eyepopslikeamosquito 53
9 Re: printing Unicode works for some characters but not all kcott 53
10 Re: UP-TO-DATE Comparison of CGI Alternatives Your Mother 53
11 Re: Sort never returns data in right order hippo 52
12 Re: perl -n seemingly eating a line of input shmem 52
13 OT: Got fired this week karlgoethebier 52
14 Searching for exoplanets GrandFather 51
15 A Few Impressions from Amsterdam haukex 51
16 Re: How come @_ gets changed here? tobyink 51
17 Re: OT: Got fired this week BrowserUk 51
18 Re^2: How has Perl affected you? shmem 50
19 Re: convert to binary number choroba 50
20 Re: Can this be explained in layman's terms? jaredor 50
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