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1 Tutorial: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming jreades 249
2 The Lighter Side of Perl Culture (Part III): Obfu eyepopslikeamosquito 203
3 Be aware of splice Abigail-II 186
4 Before You Post ... Ovid 171
5 Re: Unusual Closure Behaviour Abigail 160
6 The answer Sinister 155
7 Lessons learned from getting to 100% with Devel::Cover leriksen 152
8 Return of the Second Camel dthacker 152
9 Is PerlMonks economically viable? tilly 149
10 Let's go to the movies teamster_jr 147
11 Algorithm::Diff icult to use tye 143
12 Re: Are design patterns worth it? dws 141
13 Virtues of Community footpad 141
14 Displaying/buffering huge text files spurperl 138
15 Dames.. frankus 136
16 Don't Use Regular Expressions To Parse IP Addresses! ybiC 136
17 Programming Perl as a Job: 8 hours a day is too much for me princepawn 133
18 Re: Why can code be so slow? snowhare 132
19 Re: References quick reference lachoy 132
20 May Thy Closures Be Blessed hardburn 128
21 Making perlmonks seach engine friendly blakem 126
22 What is this doing, and why is this a good method of doing it? japhy 125
23 Puzzle: need a more general algorithm Ovid 122
24 Why is 'our' good? tilly 120
25 What is %:: used for? SarahM 116
26 99 Problems in Perl6 Ovid 115
27 Writing It Myself, DWIM, and Expectations jest 112
28 Everybody was Obfuscating joecamel 112
29 !Overriding Builtin print Zaxo 111
30 my versus our in nested regex Len 110
31 Tips for managing Perl projects? radiantmatrix 109
32 Re: Cheap idioms Aristotle 109
33 Microsoft is against Perl!? tilly 109
34 Right tool for the job? chester 108
35 Re: Perl falls victim to shifting trends rinceWind 108
36 Re^2: Programmers are weird tlm 107
37 The Tao of Programming, Chapter 2 Felonious 107
38 Re: Code Samples and Previous Employers autarch 106
39 Parrot, the future of dynamic languages ? szabgab 106
40 Rolling a biased die MeowChow 104
41 Always Follow Up on Warnings buckaduck 104
42 Ruminations of an ex-PM monk jcwren 103
43 Re: Perl Golf Ethics cog 101
44 I think I'm in love... spiritway 101
45 Newbies and votes kiat 100
46 Re: eq vs. == adrianh 100
47 Performance Question Jarinn 100
48 600000 nodes liverpole 99
49 use AnyGUI jonadab 99
50 Title Re: collapsing revisited Dog and Pony 99
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