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Here is the list I have been formulating while Keywording nodes to which I have replied (which hopefully equates to "nodes which I know something about" ;-)):

Updated: 2005-09-16
*nix -MCPAN .mdb 2D @INC ASCII Access ActiveState Algorithm::Diff Algorithm::Diff::LCS Apache::Status Autodia::Handler B::Graph B::Xref CGI::Capture CGI::Debug CLOB CPAN CPU CRLF Carp::croak Class::DBI Crimson Crypt Crypt::IDEA Cygwin DBD::ODBC DBD::Oracle DBI DOS DSS Data::Dump Data::Dump::Streamer Data::Dumper Data::Dumper::Simple Date::Calc Date::Manip DateTime Devel::Cover Devel::ModInfo Devel::Trace Devel::TraceCalls Devel::Xref Devel::ptkdb DoxyFilt Doxygen Excel Excel::Template ExtUtils::Command ExtUtils::Installed FakeHash Festival::Client File::Copy File::Find ForceArray FoxPro GUI GraphViz::Data::Graph GraphViz::Data::Structure GraphViz::ISA Graphviz::ISA Gtk2-Perl Guttman-Rosler HTM2POD HTML HTML2POD HTML::Parser HTML::Perlinfo HTML::Template HoH Inside Javascript LCS LWP::Simple Lingua::EN::Splitter List::MoreUtils MEMO MUD MySQL NULL NoAttr O'Reilly OLE OpenOffice::OOCBuilder OpenOffice::OODoc OpenOffice::OOSheets Oracle Orcish_Maneuver Outlook PEGS POD PPI PPM Parse::RandGen ParseExcel Perl Perl::Tidy PerlMonks Perl_Power_Tools Perldoc Regex::PreSuf Regexp::Assemble Regexp::Common Regexp::Genex Regexp::Parser RootName SOAP::Lite SQL Schwartzian SimpleExcel Spreadsheet::BasicRead Spreadsheet::ParseExcel Spreadsheet::SimpleExcel Spreadsheet::TieExcel Spreadsheet::WriteExcel Storable String::Approx String::Tokenizer TTS Template_Toolkit Text::ExtractWords Text::ExtractWords Text::Levenshtein Text::NSP Text::PhraseDistance Text::Plagiarized Text::Sentence Text::WagnerFischer Text::Wrap TieExcel Time-Duration Time::ParseDate Time::Piece Tk UNIX UTC VBA VC++ VFP Win32 Win32::GUI Win32::GuiTest Win32::ODBC Win32::OLE Windows WriteExcel Wx::RadioBox XML XML2POD XML::Dumper XML::Element XML::LibXML XML::LibXML::Common XML::Parser XML::Simple XML::Smart XML::Twig XOR YAML YAPE::Regex::Explain algorithms anagram array assignment automation autovivification benchmark binmode bookmark bug cat chatterbox class color combinations comment compile compiling computer_science count course data_structure date debugger dictionary documentation download element fan favorites favourites filter firewall frequency ftp guide guideline hash homenode humor inbox index initialize install installed installing instructor learn letters map mathematics maxlen maxwordlen memory message minlen minwordlen module modules multidimensional nmake nodelet parse persistence plagiarism podgen ppd ppm preferences prettyprint programming puzzle radio_button recommended_reading refactoring reference references regex replace reply repository require_ok reverse_engineering scratchpad serialize settings shell similar slice smart_quotes sort spam speech split spreadsheet standard style substr teach temperature time training transform tutorial tutorial unique unpack use_ok user utilities version whitespace word wordlist words worksheet



In reply to Re: Keyword Nodelet / Tagging documentation by planetscape
in thread Keyword Nodelet / Tagging documentation by castaway

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