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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Using unpack on Windows with external data dave_the_m 28
2 Re: Embedded function or subroutine - which is better? afoken 25
3 Re: Embedded function or subroutine - which is better? AnomalousMonk 21
4 Re: Who stole Perl News? jdporter 18
5 Re: PPI usage w/r/t documentation Athanasius 14
6 Re: Highly efficient variable-sharing among processes Marshall 14
7 Re: Highly efficient variable-sharing among processes BrowserUk 12
8 Re: Embedded function or subroutine - which is better? Marshall 12
9 Re: Using unpack on Windows with external data johngg 11
10 Re^2: Embedded function or subroutine - which is better? Linicks 10
As of Aug 28, 2016 at 11:35 UTC, Next refresh in 1 hour ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: How to display name of current package LanX 47
2 Re: How to display name of current package Discipulus 45
3 Re: Help, What code is this ? NetWallah 44
4 Re: How was perlmonks built? marto 42
5 Re: How to display name of current package Athanasius 39
6 Re: CamelCase really that bad? Athanasius 38
7 Re: Leading empty array elements after splitting Athanasius 38
8 Re: Master Pages and OpenOffice::OODoc emav 35
9 Re^3: Printing an element of a list not an array stevieb 34
10 Re: threads::shared_____lock a VARIABLE BrowserUk 34
As of Aug 28, 2016 at 10:58 UTC, Next refresh in 3 hours and 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Do I have to trick Split? BrowserUk 62
2 Re: perl undef value and eq and == choroba 50
3 Re: How to display name of current package LanX 46
4 Re: File::Find options to ignore NFS mounts Corion 45
5 Re: Difference between these regexes (elaboration) tye 45
6 Re: How to display name of current package Discipulus 44
7 Re: Help, What code is this ? NetWallah 43
8 Re: How was perlmonks built? marto 41
9 Re: Count non unique groups of elements in an array choroba 41
10 Re: Fast Way to find one array in second array (Update: < 35 seconds.) BrowserUk 41
As of Aug 27, 2016 at 19:46 UTC, Next refresh in 8 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: What's the perl5's future? dave_the_m 76
2 Re: What am I not understanding about $, Athanasius 66
3 Re: Do I have to trick Split? BrowserUk 62
4 Re: Should I come back to Perl? Corion 61
5 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? Tanktalus 59
6 Re: Too big? danaj 59
7 Re: No recursion depth limit? Athanasius 58
8 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call choroba 56
9 Re: What's the perl5's future? Tux 56
10 RFC: (Do Not) Modify the System Perl MidLifeXis 54
11 Re: Using number "0" as an input argument Eily 54
12 Re: No recursion depth limit? kcott 54
13 Re: Do subroutine variables get destroyed? GrandFather 53
14 Re: Odd behaviour of chomp() dave_the_m 53
15 Re: Accessing multiple array index hippo 52
16 Re: Need help converting!!! choroba 52
17 Re: A thought-provoking external article about abusive web-sites marto 52
18 Re: Trying to understand Perl :-) Corion 51
19 Re: spaces around the Arrow Operator (->) AnomalousMonk 51
20 Re: perl undef value and eq and == choroba 50
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