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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Replacing DBI->do() Corion 21
2 Re: Replacing DBI->do() MidLifeXis 18
3 Re: Replacing DBI->do() rnewsham 17
4 Re: Pretify the site with CSS? tobyink 16
5 Re: traverse through passwd file, and split fields to extract UID/GID Corion 15
6 Re: sorting an associated array tobyink 14
7 Re: Replacing DBI->do() trippledubs 13
8 Re^2: Passing a File Descriptor to a New Process on Windows (Win32API::File) tye 13
9 Re: Replacing DBI->do() mje 13
10 Re: traverse through passwd file, and split fields to extract UID/GID kcott 13
As of Apr 24, 2014 at 09:45 UTC, Next refresh in 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom davido 52
2 The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom sedusedan 43
3 Re: Different result for 'foreach' vs 'while shift' arrayref tobyink 39
4 The 10**21 Problem (Part I) eyepopslikeamosquito 38
5 Re: Output web page with Padre ... How ? davido 38
6 Re: Can a defined value be of zero length? tobyink 38
7 Re: Running blocks of shell script from within perl script Corion 34
8 Re: Get values from array bigj 34
9 Re: The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom tobyink 34
10 Re: What are the advantages or disadvantages of "require" over "use" kcott 34
As of Apr 24, 2014 at 08:00 UTC, Next refresh in 2 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: OT: Teaching Second Graders Programming hominid 54
2 Re: The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom davido 52
3 Re: How to use multithreading in perl? zentara 51
4 OT: Teaching Second Graders Programming Limbic~Region 48
5 Re: Perl object memory overhead shmem 45
6 The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom sedusedan 43
7 Re: Perl object memory overhead BrowserUk 42
8 Re: How to use multithreading in perl? BrowserUk 41
9 Re: Pushing a delimiter into an array? iguanodon 40
10 Re: Different result for 'foreach' vs 'while shift' arrayref tobyink 39
As of Apr 24, 2014 at 04:56 UTC, Next refresh in 19 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 perlmonksflair.com : get your perlmonks flair! gideondsouza 88
2 in praise of poor old Tk zentara 73
3 Re: I want you to convince me to learn Perl choroba 72
4 strictv -- how unstrict is your code? toolic 70
5 Re: Why so much hate? chromatic 70
6 I apologize for yesterday's downtime ambrus 68
7 Re: I want you to convince me to learn Perl LanX 68
8 Re: Thoughts on replacing -> with . davido 67
9 exports -- which module exports are used? tye 65
10 Re^3: Perl compiler request - flogging the dead horse! davido 64
11 What is the impact of 5.18.0? Tux 64
12 Re: Is using $#array Frowned on? shmem 63
13 Dilbert don't warn! tobyink 63
14 Re: What does Mojolicious do exactly and is it right for me? moritz 62
15 Re: Hunting a memory eater tobyink 61
16 Re: Why so much hate? davido 61
17 Re: Why doesn't "my ($x) = @);" generate a syntax error? tobyink 61
18 Blog post on hardening Perl's hash function demerphq 59
19 Re: execute a string as a function Corion 58
20 Re: how does perl handle variables marto 58
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