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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Any module for saving data as perl data? Discipulus 28
2 Re: Any module for saving data as perl data? Ovid 19
3 Re: count the occurrence of second line of a paragraph in a file choroba 19
4 Re: Execute a command line and save in memory its output Discipulus 18
5 Re: Any module for saving data as perl data? karlgoethebier 14
6 Re: Manipulating tab delimited file davido 14
7 Re: Filtering array of strings and numbers Athanasius 13
8 Re: Pronouncible TLA's? kcott 13
9 Re^2: count the occurrence of second line of a paragraph in a file choroba 11
10 Re: count the occurrence of second line of a paragraph in a file Discipulus 11
As of Apr 30, 2016 at 00:38 UTC, Next refresh in 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Perl sort Corion 45
2 Re: Comparing Lines within a Word List Eily 43
3 Re: arrays and lists, hmmm Athanasius 41
4 Re^2: Comparing Lines within a Word List AnomalousMonk 34
5 Re: arrays and lists, hmmm beech 34
6 Re: Data Structure confusion... talexb 33
7 Re^3: What is -w? Corion 32
8 Re: Bullish on Moose, how about you? Your Mother 32
9 Re: Scalable application with perl BrowserUk 31
10 Re: Data Structure confusion... AnomalousMonk 31
As of Apr 29, 2016 at 21:48 UTC, Next refresh in 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call choroba 54
2 Re: next unless condition haukex 46
3 Re: Perl sort Corion 45
4 Re: Regex troubles... choroba 44
5 Re: When does programming become automatic (if ever)? Your Mother 44
6 Re: Comparing Lines within a Word List Eily 43
7 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call haukex 43
8 Re: undefined subroutine pryrt 43
9 Re: arrays and lists, hmmm Athanasius 41
10 Re: When does programming become automatic (if ever)? BrowserUk 41
As of Apr 29, 2016 at 19:57 UTC, Next refresh in 18 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: What's the perl5's future? dave_the_m 75
2 The problem of documenting complex modules. BrowserUk 68
3 Re: why does location of function matter? BrowserUk 62
4 Re: Just curious: is there a BOT that downvotes "me?" eyepopslikeamosquito 60
5 Re: Too big? danaj 59
6 Re: Should I come back to Perl? Corion 58
7 Re: No recursion depth limit? Athanasius 58
8 Re: "Only Used Once" warning for lexicals toolic 57
9 Re: What's the perl5's future? Tux 56
10 Re: The problem of documenting complex modules. toolic 56
11 Re^3: why does location of function matter? davido 56
12 Re: usage of "my" keyword marto 55
13 Re: sub execution order aka missing semicolon after sub call choroba 54
14 Re: Using number "0" as an input argument Eily 54
15 Re: No recursion depth limit? kcott 54
16 Re: Odd behaviour of chomp() dave_the_m 53
17 Building the Right Thing (Part I): Pretotyping eyepopslikeamosquito 53
18 Re: Accessing multiple array index hippo 52
19 Re: Need help converting!!! choroba 52
20 Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part VIII): Software Craftsmanship eyepopslikeamosquito 52
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