||Nov 16, 2006 at 20:25 UTC
||Nov 06, 2012 at 17:55 UTC
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|Location:||Menlo Park, CA|
Jan 20, 2017 at 19:47 PST
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Nodes I need to keep shortcuts to or good basic references.
Beginners Pointers [id://131994]
New Monk Info [id://87097]
A tale of SPc Variables [id://431511]
Users One Liners [id://515336]
What are PerlMonks Orders? [id://238736]
Nodes I initiated
Sorting Files You Have Read [id://584602]
Adding Default Values (For Beginners) [id://591210]
Declaring a Variable (For Beginners) [id://591922]
Perl Editing in Windows[id://587957]
For Loops & Reversing Output[id://589194]
Looking for the Top Level Nodes you wrote![id://594651]
Regular Expressions (For Beginners)[id://595955]
Real Life Perl Exercises
I am new at this whole thing, but I'm a quick learner.. sometimes.. With enough CONSTRUCTIVE flaming, I will either learn, or go away. Depends on the day!!
I prefer a "Rigid State of Flexibility",
"Things can be entirely consistent & predictable and yet not reliable",
My experience is from several years ago when I touched on light coding (less filling) in FORTRAN, C, IDL, & FoxPro. I have heavy use / experience in Excel to handle and analyze #'s & "some" web & blog administration skills.
If anyone knows good resources for CSS tutorials that are simple in approach, it would be much appreciated.
I contribute as an editor to
topix.net & sirius backstage forums.
My websites are http://www.brucesimmons.org/
I'm a busy guy these days.