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The Perl Review, Spring 2008

by brian_d_foy (Abbot)
on Mar 20, 2008 at 11:33 UTC ( #675199=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

The Spring 2008 issue of The Perl Review is here. If you're a subscriber, you should have already received an email with this issue's password. Subscribe to get access to all past issues as PDFs and to have The Perl Review show up in your mailbox.

In this issue:

  • Compiling My Own perl—brian d foy (first page)
  • FMTIEWTK About Closures—Johan Lodin (first page)
  • Expecting Perl—Mark Schoonover (first page)
  • Perl and Undecidability—Jeffrey Kegler (first page)
  • The Year in Perl, 2007—brian d foy (first page)
  • plus, book reviews, news, and more...

We're always looking for people with good Perl stories to tell to, and you can submit an article idea.

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[LanX]: met a guy from Aberdeen durin holidays, liked Scotsish accent a lot ... very phonetic
[LanX]: ... understood everything after mentally write down what he said.
[choroba]: Trainspotting?
[choroba]: Ouch, trailing commas in JSON :-(
[LanX]: ... though there seems to exist a taxation for the letter 't' in Northern Bri''ain ;-)
[LanX]: never seen trainspotting in OV ... :(
[karlgoethebier]: LanX
[LanX]: They should teach Scottish in continental schools after Brexit !!!

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