Some of my favourite nodes and threads (to be completed...)
- Transitive closure
- Scaling single-script CGI applications
- Debugging regular expressions
- Beyond literate programming...
- Re: Where/When is OO useful? by Abigail-II
- Resorting to Sorting by japhy
- Ecology (inspired by tilly's Random thoughts on programming)
- Sierpinskij (Re: Binomial Expansion)
- Mystic numbers (Re: the secret of PI)
- infinite series by marvell
- Struggling for puzzles and projects?
- Re: Re: JAPH-ing Genetically
- Re: (Golf) Minimizing the Bacon Number
- Coping with a large family (interprocess communication)
- Re: Question of the thing we call "Perl"
- Re: Rules-based Perl?
- Re: RE: Knuth books and programming
- Re: hash size
- RE: Exposure to problem solving methods need not be limited in number.
- (Kidding) XP-whoring HOW-TO
- japhy's Perl Film picks (some are puzzles...) by japhy
- BeatBox 2001 by OeufMayo
- Acme::Translator by OeufMayo
- Quine Whine by AgentM
- Don't Panic! by ChOas
- Re: At what rate are YOU progressing? by Dominus
- Confessional by chromatic
- PerlMonks Related Scripts Compendium by epoptai
- Perl is too sweet (Teaching Perl)
- Perl and Python
- Confession of a Perl Hacker by dkubb
- A simple game AI that learns by Falkkin
- Why I like functional programming by tilly
- Perl as a first language
Math linksHere I provide some links about math and recreational math. I provide them mixed, because the difference is subtle: if you start from recreational math topics, you will find very soon high level math on the road. And if you start from "serious" math, it's not excluded you'll have a lot of fun :) Of course, this is under construction, and I'll be glad to receive other links to add to the list.
- The rec.puzzles archive
- Mathematics Archives
- Mathematical Games
- Math Forum
- Pascal's Triangle
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive
- Erdös numbers
- The Geometry Junkyard
- Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
- Sloane's On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
- Math World
- The Prime Glossary
- Spooky math problem by tilly
- More Fun with Zero! by CheeseLord
- Math Humor
- Mathematical notation, past and future (from stefp)
- Frequently Asked Questions in Mathematics
- ailie's site on perlmonk.org contains a lot of resources about the history of mathematics
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Updated Sun 06 Nov 2005
- What do symbols in your node mean?
They're Japanese ideograms I took from http://www.takase.com. They mean, respectively, Perception, Harmony and Master.
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