- Re: Other technologies with Perl
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- Rosetta Code
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- H-99: Ninety-Nine Haskell Problems
- Code Golf
In addition to all of the above that applies to beginners, start writing file-listers :)
Say, write a program that lists all the files in your home directory, sorted by date, sorted by size, grouped by file-extension ... oh look, search a group of directories for movie files, of at least 1mb, sorted by date ... things like that
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