How can I Parse::FixedLength data?
I have transfer logs from my wu-ftpd server. Is there something that might parse this Net::FTPServer::XferLog?
I really could use an HTML::Parser. Where might I find one? In fact, given that I want to traverse all element in a depth-first manner, I could really use an HTML::TreeBuilder? How do I write one?
You know, as a physicist I sometimes want to perform
Quantum::Superpositions on my data. There was nothing on this
in the Perl CookBook. I think I will write a script to do it.
Can someone give me a print statement that will properly send a
CGI::Cookie? I have been trying for the past hour and my boss
is staring right at my monitor as I try and try and try.
Pardonnez, moi, monsieur. Je veux generer (generate) de la
Text::FixedLength. Comment puis-je faire? Merci beaucoup.
Can someone give me some Mail::Auditing regex examples? I'm sick and tired of all this Java spam cluttering up my Inbox!!!
Is there some DBIx module that will parse
AnyData I need a uniform interface to heterogeneous
resources to harness this legacy system I am fighting.
I looked on Matt's Script Archive, but I could not find a script
to handle Apache::Sessions... and the CD that came with his
book didn't have one either. Darn! 40.00 for nothing! How can I write
one of these!
As far as I'm concerned there is little difference between array
references and hash references. Perl goes to great lengths to make them
syntactically distinct, but basically in terms of access, an array is
a hash which uses numbers as it's keys. How can I force arrays and
hashes to be largely similar Data::DRefs?
I'm sick and tired of
. I need EZDBI usage or I'm switching to PHP.
Are you telling that this so-called systems programming language
Perl can't programmatically send subprocesses input based on their
output? I would Expect something this trivial to
have been solved a long time ago.
connect, prepare, execute,
PRINCE "jobless business object hacker" PAWN