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signs of intelligent life (in case anyone's searching ;-)


Top 10 reasons to start using ack

ack is a tool like grep, aimed at programmers with large trees of heterogeneous source code.

ack is written purely in Perl, and takes advantage of the power of Perl's regular expressions.


Win32 Perl Wiki


Discussion of my CPAN modules⇒ on CPANforum⇒.


The Computer Technology Documentation Project


Computational Linguistics


She's a supermodel. She's a philosopher. What more do you want?

Comic aboutDigitalKitty (by jkva's better half)


On 2005-10-14, I cleaned up some ancient cruft. The most interesting thing I found (and fixed) was the following. In the thread of Site How To (which, btw, is no longer an official site doc), some people had posted "root" question nodes as replies. Apparently they didn't know how to go to Seekers of Perl Wisdom and scroll to the bottom. So I yanked those nodes out and made them root nodes in the SoPW section. They were:


My Free Nodelet Hacks:


my patches

Some of my root and pseudo-root nodes:

2006-02-01SoPW SharePoint automation
2004-04-06Med There's Only One Way To Do It
2006-01-03Med Strategy Handles
2002-11-14Tut PerlMonks for the Absolute Beginner
2002-11-09PMD Make Purpose of each Section clear
2002-11-26PMD Automate your PerlMonks activities
2006-01-12PMD Pre-empt the node named 'Friar'
2003-03-03CUFP Create and Pop Up Outlook Notes from Perl
2006-01-11CUFP Control and Query Win32 Services at the command line
2003-01-27Code Check for recent replies to your posts
2004-08-15Code Statistics::SGT
2004-08-17Code Adso.pl
2005-07-16Code Tie::Scalar::Substring
2002-11-06snip map-like hash iterator
2002-11-19snip IO::MultiHandle - Operate on multiple file handles as one
2003-05-01snip call setrlimit to limit process resource usage
2003-06-06snip Read and write Windows "shortcut" links
2005-08-29pmdevtopic Site section superdocs need sitedoclets
2006-02-06pmdevtopic in monktitlebar, link to sections by id?
2006-02-07pmdevtopic Let link text for patches be 'reason' rather than 'title'?
2006-02-12pmdevtopic Proposal for some new/improved shortcut types
2006-03-20pmdevtopic Uniform set of categories for all sections that have them?

In <32623.959291225@chthon>, tchrist wrote:

A programmer who hasn't been exposed to all four of the imperative,
functional, objective, and logical programming styles has one or
more conceptual blindspots.  It's like knowing how to boil but not
fry.  Programming is not a skill one develops in five easy lessons.


The Young Man and the Beach⇒ by tchrist


Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures⇒ at the (U.S.) National Institute of Standards and Technology.


Some interesting homenode replies:


O'Reilly has 36 syndication feeds:

The links above are to their default, which is Atom. If you want RSS1/RDF, append ?format=rss1 to the URL. If you want RSS0.9x/2.0, append ?format=rss2 to the URL.
Interesting thread: Useless unless. The "suggestion that Perl should have an otherwise" came from me. This thread is really about two issues: unless and otherwise. I don't care about the unless bit.

P+++$c--P6++R++M++O+++MA++++E++PU!BD>+++C++>*S+++X+>++WP+++MO
PP!n!PO o!G+OLCC+OLJ+OLP---OLL+Ee-Ev+Eon-uL++uS+w-

I became a ham⇒ on November 22, 2004. My call sign is KI4HTE.

Why do I go by "jdporter"?

This is my entry in the Thread That Dare Not Speak Its Name.

If you're interested in the geographical location of monks:

And don't miss the amazing pmplanet!

Two awesome lists of Perl resources:


Resources for Learning Perl

    In this order:
  1. Learn.Perl.org
  2. Picking Up Perl
  3. Beginning Perl
  4. PerlMeme.org

Useful Bookmarks

Internal: External:

Design Patterns in Perl


Crumbs

  • Greenspun's Tenth Rule of Programming: "Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad-hoc, informally-specified bug-ridden slow implementation of half of Common Lisp."
  • Zawinski's Law of Software Envelopment: "Every program attempts to expand until it can read mail. Those programs which cannot so expand are replaced by ones which can."
  • Porter's Conflation: "Every sufficiently complicated program includes a half-baked implementation of half of the POP (or IMAP) spec." For example: Adso.pl

On-line Bibles


Sometimes you hear people speaking obliquely about something in merlyn's past. Curious? Check it out⇒.


Single-Serving Goal: "the best phrase guides and language aides on the web and the most useable maps and trail guides."

CultureGrams


Gizmos


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last hour of cb
by Tanktalus (Canon) on Jan 26, 2007 at 20:59 UTC

    Updates more-or-less every 5 minutes (except when there is no activity). Extracted from Tanktalus' CB Stats' database. Feedback
    Shows the last hour or so, but never more than will fit in 64k, nor over two hours. Other sources of cb history
    Last update: Apr 16, 2014 at 17:20 UTC
    [PerlSufi]choroba, you there?

    ↑Previous Hour↑
    ↓Current Hour↓

    [MidLifeXis]nobody here but us camels.
    [Macslayer]I'm new here, but I have a quick question about syntax that I've recently seen being use.
    [Macslayer]What is it called when one declares a variable within a loop like this, but doesn't use an equals sign?
    [Macslayer]for my $my_graph (GD::Graph::bars->new, GD::Graph::hbars->new)
    [MidLifeXis]Are you talking about $my_graph, or the list of items inside of the parens?
    [Macslayer]I'm talking about $my_graph
    [Macslayer]I understand that the list of items in the parentheses are an array of sorts (in C terms).
    [MidLifeXis]I have heard it referred to as a loop variable. Checking to see what perlsyn calls it.
    [PerlSufi]ah, I forgot about of 0 offset of the array and then counting the elements with scalar , duh
    [MidLifeXis]I find the term 'loop variable' under the section 'Switching in a loop'. I would call it that, myself, but that is just MHO.
    [Macslayer]Yeah, that seems like what they should be called. Thanks! Apparently you can define them in a number of different ways, called compound statements, from within the loop construct.
    [MidLifeXis]Sort of. :-) The assignment is happening the same way, you are defining what the loop is iterating over. #technicality
    [MidLifeXis]MidLifeXis gets a chill from the amount of hand-waving he is doing.
    [MidLifeXis]Not a terribly important distinction at this point in time.
    [roboticus]I like loop variable,myself. In C we used to use "index variable", but since we're not always indexing arrays, it doesn't fit well.
    [MidLifeXis].oO( Woah. Drippings from supper-as-leftover-lunch must have been a bit higher in oils than what I had for supper. Need some Beverage::Hot->new to wash it down. )
    [MidLifeXis]Soap would work as well, I s'pose. Just wouldn't taste as good.
    [runrig]runrig prefers REST over SOAP...
    [MidLifeXis]seconded.
    [jedikaiti]Hello Monks
    [MidLifeXis]o/
    [tye]is there a good interactive biological taxonomy website that lets one drill down?
    [MidLifeXis]ISTR seeing one, so I think yes. .oO( don't ask the next question. Don't ask the next question.... )
    [tye]You'd think it'd be easy to make wikipedia actually function as such. Just make sure each article on one node of the tree has one section that includes the links to each ancestor node and a list of all child nodes (and even sibling nodes)
    [tye]ah, maybe the violet tables at the bottoms of the pages work for this.

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