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by hiseldl (Priest)
on Jul 01, 2002 at 19:40 UTC ( #178658=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I'm in the process of putting my work on my web site. My primary work is with DBI, CGI, and Tk.

Perl DBI, CGI, and Tk resources:

Here at the monestery:

And some off-site resources:

  • Perl/Tk Regular Expression Evaluator helps users to write (perl) regular expressions for filtering text data.
  • grapht was a data analysis tool at the start and has evolved into an interactive environment for developing in Perl.
  • dbMan SQL monitor tool for common database systems, PgSQL, Oracle, MySQL etc., based on Perl, Tk and DBI interfaces

Fun with NodeReaper on the CB

My Ob-fu's :)
  • Camel Time is an analog clock that uses the words 'Just' as the hour hand, 'another' as the minutes hand, and 'Perl Hacker' as the seconds hand.
    • tbone1 said Bravo on the obfu'd clock!
    • toma said change to cos($^)*($=+1)/3*2 to fix the aspect ratio. It's easy to fix up the camel, also, so it still looks great! Wonderful clock, I really like it!
    • toma said Great camel obfu, I am glad someone frontpaged it.


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1010111111000010000100110110010000100010
1111100100000100000000100011101110000110
1001010110100100100010001011001110001011
0001011011011001111011101101000001000000
1011001000001000111111000011001110000010
1101010101101000001001000001100100110100
1101011111111101100000011110011000000010
0011010101100100010010010001011011001111
1111111000100011000110010111100010000001
1110011001000110100100001110000101001011
1010000000010000010000100111100110100000
0110100110010111100000111111011011000010
0010111000011010111011110101110010110001
0101001010010001011100000110011001000111
1011101110110000101111001100101101101100
1101000000000111010010011110000111111011
0000111100000011100100100011101011001100
0100011000010110101011010001011110001011
1010011100010010111010110010000111010111
1100010101101000100110110011110111111001
1110001110101001101101011010011111110000
0000111010010110111100001010011010011010
0010001110100111111110100001110000100011
1010000001110110001110101001011100110000

1111101111010111110101011011000011000101
0011010110110001011010011110001010011100
1010000001101010100001011100101001000000
1011101110011000000111011001011100010110
0110010000101100001010011110010000110100
1001100001110111001001011000000001110101
1110101011000111101111011110001000011111
0011001011111111100011101001011011111101
0010001000010100100111000011001001111100
0111010010011110111010001011101000111101
0011001000100101010010001110110000100110
1111110011110100110000100110110100100010
1000111011111100111111100110000111101011
0101101011011011111110000100010111100001
0001011001010101000000011111100010010010
0000011101010000100000111110101111110001
0001000010000000101101000011100101100000
0111011010110111100000010001001001010001
1110100010011100101011010111111101110010
0110101010101011110010001101110000000001
0110111011000010101110010100111010101000
1101010010100011100111100001110111101001
0110100111101011110011100110000001011011
0010000100000110001011011100110110011100
1100001101010011111100100011000111001011
1010111101011001000101111101111100001010
0111100110010111101110111100101001110011
0110111110001100100110110111111111101101
0000010000011100010000111000011001110011
-----BEGIN PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 0.01
P++>+++c-P6 R+++M+>++O+++MA++E++PU+BD
C++D++S++X+>++WP+++MO!PP!n-CO--PO--o+
+>++++G+A OLCC++Ee+Ev+uL+uB uS uH w m!
------END PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK------
decode it

-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.12
GCS d+ s: a C++ UL+++ P+++ L++ E+ W++ N+ o K- w
O M- V PS PE++ Y+ PGP t+ 5 X R* tv- b++ DI+ D+
G e++ h---- r+++ y++++
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

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