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by $code or die (Deacon)
on Sep 29, 2000 at 15:33 UTC ( #34584=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

This is my cat, Elvira.

NOTE: I am no longer using the nick $code or die on this site. Please see my new handle simonflk. That handle matches my PAUSE id for CPAN and is one that I hope I won't grow out of! I will log in as $code or die periodically to check /msg's and update old nodes, but I will not use it for voting purposes. I will leave the content of this page unchanged.

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Tools I use daily: Favourite Perl Resources
  1. Perl
  2. UltraEdit     -    Programmers Editor
  3. CS-RCS     -    Freeware RCS software
  4.  
  1. PerlMonks
  2. CPAN
  3. The Camel and the Cookbook
  4. Win32 Perl S‎crip‎ting : The Adminstrator's Handbook by Dave Roth
Really useful modules: Other Perl Sites:
  1. strict!!
  2. CGI
  3. DBI
  4. Quantum::Superpositions
  5. Data::Dumper
  6. Tk
  7. LWP
  8. XML::Simple
  9. ... Going to update this ...
  1. David Roth's Site
  2. Matt's Perl Pages - (PerlS‎crip‎t\ADO)
  3. Jenda's Pages - (Assortment of modules)
  4. merlyn's Web Techniques column
  5. Ovid's CGI Course
  6. CPAN Modules Documentation
  7. My CPAN Directory

Outside Links

 

Nodes that stand out:  
  1. Tricks with DBI  by btrott
  2. Disk Space calcuation by me and reply by AltBlue
  3. Why Should I use CGI.pm? (chromatic's home node)
  4. ... going to update this too ...

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