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Is there any detailed examples about WWW::Scripter::Plugin::Javascript?
on May 17, 2012 at 00:03
0 replies by bottles
    well, I am writing an auto fill web form program and i have used WWW::Scripter and WWW::Scripter::Plugin::Javascript because the web used js. But I am not very familiar with javascript so I dont know how to use this perl module. So can anyone give me a detailed example about how to use it? thank u!
I'm me but I'm not me...
on Apr 22, 2009 at 20:16
0 replies by Minok
    So I didn't follow rule #1 and needed to add to my post, only to discover there was no handle by which to do that.

    The post (http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=759438) is made by Minok (me), but its just presented as posted by Minok, and I cannot edit it (as if Minok is not me).

    Q&A > arrays > How do I completely remove an element from an array? contributed by Minok

    I then proceeded to reply to my own post to add what I wanted to add and see that that post (http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=759447) is indeed recognized as 'me':

    Re: Answer: How do I completely remove an element from an array?
    by you!!!

    So I'm not sure what happened.. if this is a system issue or me not understanding the interface.

hash by reference Issue of getting same sequence issue
on Oct 08, 2008 at 07:31
1 reply by tilak_sai
    sub Msg { my $line = shift; my ($pf,$fixFields) = split(/received:|Sent:/, $line); my %fixMsg; %fixMsg = split(/,=/, $fixFields); @fixMsg{('_time_', '_mi_', '_fixsession_')} = (split(/\|/, $pf))2,3,5; return \%fixMsg; } open file,"abc.txt" while(<file>){ $msg=pfUtils::Msg($_); foreach my $key (%{$msg}) { if (!($key eq _mi_|$key eq _fixsession_|$key eq _time_|$msg->{$key} eq '')) { printf "\n\t%20s (%3d) = %s ", $code,$key,$value; } } } close file; "abc.txt" File contains informationa as below ^|server |13:20:52.423762|pht0211j-hello|DebugLow|NAQ|PXXXX thread started. Thread ID=-1349444688.|<> ^|Server |13:20:52.425505|pht0211j-hello|DebugLow|Sian01|Sian01 Sent: 8=FIX.4.2,9=65,35=A,34=1,49=FBCO20,56=CMS,52=20080111-18:20:52,43=N,98=0,108=60,10=133|<> ^|Server |13:20:52.425602|pht0211j-hello|InfoGeneral|Sian01|SiacConn001 Logon : 8=FIX.4.2,9=65,35=A,34=1,49=FBCO20,56=CMS,52=20080111-18:20:52, 43=N,98=0,108=60,10=133|<> ^|server |13:20:52.647996|pht0211j-hello|InfoGeneral|abc|Starting ABC link: Abxxx|<>
Node 588055 is a duplicate
on Dec 06, 2006 at 03:46
0 replies by MaxKlokan

    DONE. 2006-12-06 - The ER Hobbit

    Dear editors,

    node 588055 is a duplicate of my node 588056 For some reasone it shows up as from anonymous monk (the browser was hanging and I stopped it and resubmitted it). Would you please delete it?

    Thank you

http::recorder problem with javascript?
on Mar 30, 2006 at 21:23
0 replies by roytech88

    MISPLACED POST.
    roytech88 LATER RE-POSTED IN A BETTER PLACE. 2006-03-30
    - The ER Hobbit

    how come that some other website's log-in information would no t be recorded in the HTTP::Recorder Control Panel? like mail.yahoo.com..and some other website's links would not be recorded like..https:/www.math.gatech.edu/ do i need to modify the recorder.pl? thanks
Link new Tutorial, please
on Sep 18, 2005 at 18:57
0 replies by planetscape
Place link to new tutorial on Tutorials page, please
on Sep 11, 2005 at 00:34
0 replies by planetscape
Smite me, oh Lords!
on Aug 25, 2005 at 21:15
1 reply by Yanick

    A long time ago, I created a monastic avatar, and his name was `/anick. And this was good. But it was also a long time ago. So long ago that not only I forgot the associated password, but I had time to change provider a few times, making simple password retrievery an impossibility.

    So, could one of the Powers That Are please smite my incarnation sitting at http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=225879 so that, alike the Phoenux, I can be reborn of its toasty ashes?

Please add link to Tutorials
on Jul 30, 2005 at 09:31
1 reply by planetscape
Duplicate of Users SQL password
on Jun 23, 2005 at 10:22
0 replies by marto

    RESOLVED BY OTHER JANITORS. 2005-06-23 - The ER Hobbit

    Under node update database question I posted voicing my concerns about the user posting his production sql password. The node which follows mine provides a perl solution but also displays the sql password. I suggest editing the nodes so that this information is not displayed.

    Just my 2c

    Martin

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