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Best Nodes of the Day, Week, Month, and Year

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Also check out Selected Best Nodes — today's random selection of 50 of the top 2000 nodes of all time.

By the way — Please don't upvote these nodes just because other monks thought they were good. If you do, their node reputations will increase — but then we won't really be showcasing the best nodes.


Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Loop through array or filehandle RichardK 30
2 Re: Maintainance of element order in hash hippo 26
3 Re: Loop through array or filehandle Athanasius 24
4 Re: dies with no message BrowserUk 21
5 Re^3: Maintainance of element order in hash hippo 21
6 Re: Maintainance of element order in hash jellisii2 21
7 Re: dies with no message Corion 20
8 Re^3: Loop through array or filehandle Laurent_R 19
9 Re^3: My local libs are not being used by my browser Your Mother 17
10 Re: Inconsistent errors when trying to establish SSL-connection hippo 16
As of Sep 30, 2016 at 11:49 UTC, Next refresh in 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Putting an SQLite DB file into memory clueless newbie 45
2 Re: How to Debug my perl script? (updated) haukex 40
3 Re: How to disable:Odd number of elements in hash assignment warning? hippo 39
4 Re: Declaring and checking content of variables with consecutive names Corion 39
5 Re: Simple question about sleep function hippo 38
6 Re: Putting an SQLite DB file into memory tybalt89 36
7 Re: Are these Perl Textbooks Good? perldigious 35
8 Re: sending http request haukex 33
9 Re: Are these Perl Textbooks Good? Your Mother 33
10 Re: Issues with substr and substituting Corion 32
As of Sep 30, 2016 at 11:00 UTC, Next refresh in 2 hours and 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Putting an SQLite DB file into memory clueless newbie 45
2 Re: How to iterate thru entire array with start point other than beginning choroba 45
3 Re: How to get a reference from an eval() string? choroba 44
4 Re: How to validate %hash = ( 'a' => 'b', ...); johngg 43
5 Re: Testing multiple variables against the same criteria (IF statement) NetWallah 41
6 Re: How does Perl handle arithmetic overflows? dave_the_m 40
7 Re: Assign multiple array elements to new variables hippo 39
8 Re: How to Debug my perl script? (updated) haukex 38
9 Re: Declaring and checking content of variables with consecutive names Corion 38
10 Re: Simple question about sleep function hippo 38
As of Sep 29, 2016 at 19:52 UTC, Next refresh in 7 hours and 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: What's the perl5's future? dave_the_m 77
2 Re: What am I not understanding about $, Athanasius 66
3 Re: Do I have to trick Split? BrowserUk 63
4 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? Tanktalus 59
5 Re: Too big? danaj 59
6 Re: What's the perl5's future? Tux 58
7 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call choroba 56
8 My appreciation for PerlMonks stevieb 55
9 RFC: (Do Not) Modify the System Perl MidLifeXis 54
10 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? GrandFather 53
11 Re: Odd behaviour of chomp() dave_the_m 53
12 Re: Trying to understand Perl :-) Corion 52
13 Re: Accessing multiple array index hippo 52
14 Re: Need help converting!!! choroba 52
15 Re: A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites marto 52
16 Re: spaces around the Arrow Operator (->) AnomalousMonk 51
17 Re: perl undef value and eq and == choroba 50
18 Re: Why does this code think I'm trying to use symbolic references? choroba 50
19 Re: Perl sort Corion 50
20 Re: removing leading 0's AnomalousMonk 50
As of Sep 30, 2016 at 05:21 UTC, Next refresh in 17 hours and 15 mins ±15 min
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