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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: How to perform recursion in any OS? choroba 29
2 Re: not able to insert data in database using perl DBI Corion 24
3 Re: what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? tybalt89 20
4 Re: How to perform recursion in any OS? BrowserUk 20
5 Re: what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? dave_the_m 17
6 Re: what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? Athanasius 17
7 Re: SSCCE down? (SSCCE.org) beech 16
8 Re: How to perform recursion in any OS? shmem 15
9 Re: what are some of the most powerful, complex, one-liners? haukex 15
10 SSCCE down? haukex 14
As of Dec 09, 2016 at 00:17 UTC, Next refresh in 1 hour ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Pragma clash across modules: bignum and Math::BigFloat choroba 36
2 Pragma clash across modules: bignum and Math::BigFloat Athanasius 34
3 Re^2: portability / system / elegance atcroft 32
4 Re: Are we lacking behind in YAML spec versions? marto 32
5 Re: Not able to execute perl subroutine Athanasius 31
6 Re: Pragma clash across modules: bignum and Math::BigFloat LanX 30
7 Re: portability / system / elegance (updated) haukex 30
8 Re: Dynamic Config (meh) tye 29
9 Re: Pattern matching and deriving the data between the "(double quotes) in HTML tag davido 29
10 Re: One-liner search and replace with multiple files...on Windows. choroba 29
As of Dec 08, 2016 at 22:27 UTC, Next refresh in 2 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: push to array without copying BrowserUk 52
2 Re: Namespaces & colliding names Athanasius 48
3 Re: Namespaces & colliding names kcott 44
4 Re: Measuring the sound level (dB(A)) with PERL Eily 42
5 Re: Learning Perl Discipulus 40
6 Perl debugging initialization: did I just reinvent the wheel? mpersico 39
7 storeBackup - A Gem of a Backup Solution wjw 39
8 Re: push to array without copying (\@_) tye 39
9 Re: Regular Expressions-Finding info between semicolons shmem 39
10 Re: Measuring the sound level (dB(A)) with PERL pryrt 39
As of Dec 08, 2016 at 07:52 UTC, Next refresh in 7 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: What am I not understanding about $, Athanasius 66
2 Re: Do I have to trick Split? BrowserUk 63
3 My appreciation for PerlMonks stevieb 60
4 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? Tanktalus 59
5 Re: Too big? danaj 59
6 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call choroba 56
7 Re: Perl and Garbage Collection BrowserUk 54
8 Re: Moving from scripting to programming BrowserUk 53
9 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? GrandFather 53
10 Re: push to array without copying BrowserUk 52
11 Re: Trying to understand Perl :-) Corion 52
12 Re: Accessing multiple array index hippo 52
13 Re: Moving from scripting to programming Discipulus 51
14 Re: spaces around the Arrow Operator (->) AnomalousMonk 51
15 Bug in eval in pre-5.14 choroba 51
16 Re: Perl and Garbage Collection haukex 50
17 Re: perl undef value and eq and == choroba 50
18 Re: Why does this code think I'm trying to use symbolic references? choroba 50
19 Re: Perl sort Corion 50
20 Re: Moving from scripting to programming davies 49
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