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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Regex Substring SORT Conundrum choroba 27
2 Re: Looping through multiple arrays choroba 22
3 Re: Regex Substring SORT Conundrum BrowserUk 21
4 Perl 6 for Mere Mortals marto 20
5 Re: Regex Substring SORT Conundrum Ea 19
6 Re: Looping through multiple arrays Discipulus 18
7 Math::Int128 issue on OS/X salva 17
8 Re: Regex Substring SORT Conundrum bitingduck 17
9 Re: unique words davido 15
10 Re: Advice on best practices GrandFather 15
As of Mar 06, 2015 at 11:19 UTC, Next refresh in 1 hour ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Debating With Friends davido 46
2 Re: Debating With Friends BrowserUk 41
3 Re: Help me to understand increment / decrement operator behavior in perl andal 38
4 Re: Debating With Friends GrandFather 38
5 Why PerlMonks is an amazing place. Anonymous Monk 37
6 Re: How can I debug a weird "Undefined subroutine..." error that should be defined. Corion 36
7 Re: Who called Perl? Corion 35
8 Re: Re learning Perl hdb 34
9 Re: Help me to understand increment / decrement operator behavior in perl Anonymous Monk 33
10 Re: Help me to understand increment / decrement operator behavior in perl roboticus 32
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Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Honest question about Perl, Python and Ruby fullermd 67
2 Porting (old) code to something else Tux 52
3 Re: What Made the Perl Community Mean Spirited? marto 49
4 Re: is this horrible? hippo 48
5 Re: Honest question about Perl, Python and Ruby graff 47
6 Re: Honest question about Perl, Python and Ruby eyepopslikeamosquito 45
7 Re: Debating With Friends davido 44
8 Re: Problem with hash slice. Athanasius 43
9 Re^2: Porting (old) code to something else Tux 42
10 Re: Want END block to run except when usage()/--help invocation BrowserUk 41
As of Mar 05, 2015 at 17:32 UTC, Next refresh in 6 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 The First Ten Perl Monks eyepopslikeamosquito 87
2 The 10**21 Problem (Part I) eyepopslikeamosquito 71
3 Re: Honest question about Perl, Python and Ruby fullermd 67
4 Almost 28 new names for 32 old marks tye 67
5 Re: how does these map statements work frozenwithjoy 62
6 The importance of avoiding the shell jhourcle 60
7 The problem with "The Problem with Threads" BrowserUk 60
8 Re: Getting a result from "foreach" block AppleFritter 60
9 Perl 5.20.0 tobyink 59
10 Re: How realistic is an extended absence? davido 57
11 How realistic is an extended absence? ksublondie 57
12 Re: Code cleanup; how best to deal with: defined(%hash) is deprecated at... davido 57
13 Re: The 'eval "require $module; 1"' idiom davido 57
14 Re: The future of Perl? (The why, and my take.) BrowserUk 55
15 Re: Iterations in regex toolic 55
16 Re: Opinion: where Perl5 wasn't attractive for me ikegami 54
17 Re: How to use multithreading in perl? zentara 54
18 Re: OT: Teaching Second Graders Programming hominid 54
19 PerlMonks meets Twitter Bootstrap tobyink 53
20 Porting (old) code to something else Tux 52
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