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  • Poetry written in Perl
  • Using perl to generate poetry
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New Poems
Words that rhyme with perl
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by Poetry
on Feb 21, 2014 at 18:04

    Need a word that rhymes with Perl to help you with your poetry? Here are a few:

    • berle
    • birle
    • burl
    • curl
    • earl
    • earle
    • earll
    • erl
    • girl
    • hearl
    • herl
    • hurl
    • kerl
    • merl
    • merle
    • searl
    • searle
    • shirl
    • sperl
    • swirl
    • twirl
    • whirl
    • whorl
    • wurl
    • unfurl

Thank You
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by Poetry
on Feb 20, 2014 at 23:03

    A little history and the inspiration for this poem. In 2002 we used Perl to develop a poetry site. Wow! 12 years of stable site availability with very little downtime. In the past 12 years, this Perl based site has served over 100,000 poets – all possible because of the great work of the Perl programming community.

    A Poem about Perl
    Perl enables the creation of programs that are beautiful
    We know that Perl's features are most powerful and suitable

    Blessing the normal programmer with mind-blowing expression
    We are so grateful Larry Wall chose the computing profession

    Thank you for over a decade of help from the Perl Monks’ ranks
    Please accept our most sincere, heartfelt thanks!



    Notes:
    2/23/2014: Updated to remove reference to other site.
    2/23/2014: Altered the poem to improve its flow.
    2/22/2014: Removed the Perl poetry code that sent the email.

inspirational sudo-code?
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by perlaintdead
on Dec 04, 2013 at 21:58

    I tried to use proper syntax as much as possible but it doesn't actually execute.

    #!/usr/bin/perl study $science; open $doors,">","success.txt"; BEGIN aNewLife() and use Hard::Work; push for(;;){},"a brighter future"; do not do $meth; do not return 2, -e$x-$girlfriend; shift @yourPerspective; exit $fear;
Just Another Poem in Perl
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by ICh
on Dec 02, 2013 at 02:09
    #!/usr/bin/perl use v5.10; my $dear; do {exit} and bless $_; `make | clear`; say 'I love'; confess; time: for my$passion(our @love) { for($ever;;){last} next time; my $dove;
The Game Changer
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by HariIndianMonk
on Nov 19, 2013 at 02:03
    I considered myself as a Junk; Until here, I met a Monk; I don't have time for you,I said to a hot girl; Because now, I am in love with Perl. -Harihar Pai
Semi-obscure Quote
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by Ea
on Oct 10, 2013 at 10:54
    perl -MPOSIX -e '$simpsons = sub {$mmmm = floor(atan2(1,1) * 4)};'
      (inspired by xkcd://1275)

    Sometimes I can think of 6 impossible LDAP attributes before breakfast.
perlmonks vs perl
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by Pope-O-Matik
on Sep 18, 2013 at 11:49

    Is it Perl that i like, with the monks are her friends,
    Or is it the monks, who use Perl to their ends?

Relief at last...
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by JockoHelios
on May 25, 2013 at 18:28

    There I sat, my output muddled.
    My Perl was lame, and I, befuddled.

    My custom sort was sorting not
    as it should have, the little snot.

    A newline curse, my csv.
    That last blank line was taunting me

    with warnings, copious and crass.
    Uninitialized, MY A$$ !!!

    Then Context reared its ugly head
    to keep me from my nice warm bed.

    Those Operators laughed, connived,
    while in my skull the neurons writhed.

    A last resort, ere I did slip
    into derangement's frightful grip,

    I logged in here, and "HELP", did say.
    The Monks rode in to save the day !

    Dyslexics Untie !!!
The PerlMonk's Progress
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by Athanasius
on May 01, 2013 at 09:59
    Happy Monkday!!
    You’ve been here 1 thrilling year.

    Is it really a whole year since I joined the Monastery? I’m so glad I did, and so very grateful to all the monks whose enthusiasm and dedication make PerlMonks the special place it is.

    So this seems like a good opportunity to post a rather long poem I wrote to meet the challenge of finding rhymes for all the monastic levels, from Initiate to Pope.

    Enjoy! :-)

    Cheers,

    Athanasius <°(((><contra mundum Iustus alius egestas vitae, eros Piratica,

Seussian Perl
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by hdb
on Apr 10, 2013 at 17:17

    Better version than under Re: Need Help in processing a file

    use strict; # just kidding my%hat;my@cat=split/ /,<DATA>; while(@cat){ my($cat=>$hat)=splice@cat,0,2; $hat{$cat}=$hat>$hat{$cat}?$hat:$hat{$cat}; } print join" ",%hat; # and that was that __DATA__ a.txt 4 b.txt 3 z.txt 1 a.txt 5 b.txt 2 b.txt 4 z.txt 2

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