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by Limbic~Region (Chancellor)
on Jul 11, 2002 at 06:53 UTC ( [id://180961]=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

My children Asphodel and Marcel with me outside Chick-Fil-A for family night summer 2011.
You can find the origins of my moniker here.
I am retired and cruise - perhaps I will have time to get back into Perl.

I sometimes write in my journal journal.

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Think you might need an iterator? Iterator Tutorial

Monks I have met in chronological order:

Take any advice I give with a grain of salt. I am usually in the right ball park, but seldom in the right seat.

2007-12-02: My son Marcel was born
2007-04-10: I have a different node in the 4 different categories of Best Nodes (day, week, month, year).

Why not to use Email::Valid to parse email addresses

Over the years, I have had strong disagreements regarding not using Email::Valid to parse email addresses. These arguments have been with well known and respected members of the perl community - most notably chromatic and merlyn. I am providing a list of nodes here in case it comes up again. It will likely be helpful to read the whole thread to get context before reading my response.

Obligatory Perl Geek Code

-----BEGIN PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK----- Version: 0.01 P+++>++++c+P6 R++M++O++MA++E++PU+>++++BD C++D+S+++$X WP+++MO PP+++n?CO--PO-o G+A OL!Ee!Ev+uL+uS+uH+++w m! ------END PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK------
Decode It

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