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2014-10-30 FloydATC Re^5: Undocumented join() feature, now defunct? (++$i) Re:SoPW
2014-10-30 tobyink Re^4: Undocumented join() feature, now defunct? (++$i) Re:SoPW
2014-10-29 Loops Re^4: Undocumented join() feature, now defunct? (++$i) Re:SoPW
2014-10-29 tye Re^3: Undocumented join() feature, now defunct? (++$i) Re:SoPW
2013-12-31 tye Re: Socket error: Cannot determine peer address ($in) Re:SoPW
2013-11-27 MidLifeXis Re: $data{"str$i"} not valid in mysql select? Re:SoPW
2013-11-27 Anonymous Monk Re: $data{"str$i"} not valid in mysql select? Re:SoPW
2013-11-26 taint Re^2: $data{"str$i"} not valid in mysql select? Re:SoPW
2013-11-26 Anonymous Monk Re: $data{"str$i"} not valid in mysql select? Re:SoPW
2013-11-26 Anonymous Monk $data{"str$i"} not valid in mysql select? SoPW
2013-07-05 AnomalousMonk Re^2: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 kcott Re^3: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 hdb Re^3: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 marto Re^3: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 rocketperl Re^2: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 Happy-the-monk Re^2: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 sahil2588 Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 dsheroh Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 hdb Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 kcott Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 Rahul6990 Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 davido Re: is $i=+3 valid? Re:SoPW
2013-07-05 rocketperl is $i=+3 valid? SoPW
2013-03-04 Anonymous Monk Re: assign a value to $INPUT_LINE_NUMBER Re:SoPW
2013-03-04 choroba Re: assign a value to $INPUT_LINE_NUMBER Re:SoPW
2013-03-04 HYanWong assign a value to $INPUT_LINE_NUMBER SoPW
2012-11-06 MidLifeXis Re^3: Benchmark results | localizing $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR vs spliting contents of file on $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR Re:SoPW
2012-11-06 Anonymous Monk Re^2: Benchmark results | localizing $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR vs spliting contents of file on $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR Re:SoPW
2012-11-06 MidLifeXis Re: Benchmark results | localizing $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR vs spliting contents of file on $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR Re:SoPW
2012-11-06 2teez Re: Benchmark results | localizing $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR vs spliting contents of file on $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR Re:SoPW
2012-11-06 ashish.kvarma Benchmark results | localizing $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR vs spliting contents of file on $INPUT_RECORD_SEPARATOR SoPW
2012-10-14 chromatic Re^5: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-10-13 perl-diddler Re^4: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-09-14 NetWallah Re: perl need to do until on qx{tracert $ip} Re:SoPW
2012-09-14 diamondsandperls perl need to do until on qx{tracert $ip} SoPW
2012-07-03 perl-diddler Re^10: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-03 chromatic Re^9: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-02 perl-diddler Re^8: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-02 chromatic Re^7: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-02 Anonymous Monk Re^7: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-02 Anonymous Monk Re^7: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-02 perl-diddler Re^6: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-01 chromatic Re^5: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-01 Anonymous Monk Re^5: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-07-01 perl-diddler Re^4: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-06-27 chromatic Re^3: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-06-27 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-06-27 perl-diddler Re^2: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-06-26 Anonymous Monk Re: Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW
2012-06-24 perl-diddler Correct syntax for using $INC to keep modules in same file Re:SoPW

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