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##################################### # PLAY WITH THE PERLMONKS SITE (0). # ##################################### use LWP::Simple ; $|=1; my $numdays = 1 ; my $url = "http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=3628&numdays=$num +days" ; print "Getting Newest Nodes...\n" ; print "$url\n" ; $html = get($url); $html =~ s/\r\n?/\n/gs ; $html =~ s/<.*?>//gs ; my (@users) = ( $html =~ /by\s+(\w+)\s*\n/gsi ); my %users ; foreach my $users_i ( @users ) { $users{$users_i}++ ;} my $total_usr ; my $nodes = @users ; print "-----------------------------\n" ; foreach my $Key ( sort {$users{$b} <=> $users{$a}} keys %users ) { my $Value = $users{$Key} ; print "$Key = $Value\n" ; $total_usr++ ; } print "-----------------------------\n" ; print "Total users: $total_usr\n" ; print "Nodes: $nodes\n" ;
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