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These nodes all have stuff by Jemts (showing 1-22 out of ~22?):

Node ID Writeup Created
229433 Re: Dames.. 2003-01-23 21:23
169410 Re: Re: Posting Program 2002-05-26 16:43
169282 Re: Re: Posting Program 2002-05-25 16:55
169279 Re: Re: Posting Program 2002-05-25 16:29
169272 Posting Program 2002-05-25 15:30
148860 When do you use chop instead of chomp? 2002-03-02 18:40
148338 Re: Re: Removing blank lines from array 2002-02-28 19:18
148260 Removing blank lines from array 2002-02-28 16:05
148237 Debug 2002-02-28 15:18
86442 Billy Joel Perl 2001-06-07 04:16
83417 A script that does an action every 5 minutes 2001-05-26 00:25
80108 Question on REGEX 2001-05-14 01:37
79946 Dr. Seuss Perl 2001-05-12 19:57
79556 Encoding Password 2001-05-11 00:42
79238 Perl SunShine 2001-05-10 00:30
78647 Spliting letters in a string 2001-05-08 00:49
78394 Re: Re: Perl Haiku (is how you spell it) 2001-05-07 01:29
78361 A perl monk perl debbuger 2001-05-06 20:06
78352 Perl Haiku's (I think thats how you spell it) 2001-05-06 19:16
78351 Question about use of tr/ / / and s/ / /g 2001-05-06 19:04
77816 Re: Re: I need a simple explantion of the difference between my() and local() 2001-05-04 02:07
77388 I need a simple explantion of the difference between my() and local() 2001-05-02 20:12
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