Does Wolfram|Alpha has any Perl-related content?
Depends on the definition and scope of "Perl-related". Wolfram|Alpha is as related to Perl as Google would be.
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on PerlMonks to help us point to helpful web content when trying to explain things. I see Wolfram|Alpha as a way of (at least) describing mathematical notions with better illustration in our posts. Of course, it's not only limited to mathematics. Think of it as a more technical content-targeted version of Google.
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There are 120 ways of choosing any 3 things from a pile of 10 different ones. (PerlMonk shortcut: [wolfram://10 choose 3|120 ways])
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