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Re^5: foreach my $question (@perlmonks){}

by Anonymous Monk
on Jun 19, 2012 at 11:09 UTC ( #977026=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^4: foreach my $question (@perlmonks){}
in thread foreach loop not retrieving all data.

I forgot the smiley :D

You can respond to your own question, click Comment on foreach my $question (@perlmonks){} and post the solution.

Afterwards edit your original question foreach loop not retrieving all data. and append <b>update:</b> solution posted [id:// new id of solution ]

While you're taking suggestions like these, consider How do I compose an effective node title? , even though its hard to come up with a really good one, a slightly better title one might have been "html/xpath not looping through the whole table"

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Re^6: foreach my $question (@perlmonks){}
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 19, 2012 at 15:31 UTC
    But only very slightly better since the actual problem had nothing to do with html or xpath.

      But only very slightly better since the actual problem had nothing to do with html or xpath.

      Which isn't relevant in the slightest; If the OP knew what the problem was exactly, the OP wouldn't need our help solving it  foreach my $question (@perlmonks){} is crap title x 200 , it has nothing even remotely to do with the question

        The "crap title x 200" made me laugh a lot!!, thanks for that. The reason why I put that title and not something like "foreach loop not looping", was basically that I was trying to be a little bit... I don't know...original?, creative?, funny? Anyhow, the subtle, ironic, hidden, underlaying, metaphoric, subliminal meaning of the title was that everytime I have a question there's a group of experts ready to give a hand to the newbies, and also using a reference (foreach) to the actual problem. But it won't happen again.

        Good work!!

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[Corion]: 5.14 is also a good target, widely available and fairly stable. Also, over five years old, which doesn't push people into a needless upgrade cycle
[Discipulus]: yes I saw your efforts Corion but the pain is worth?
[Corion]: Discipulus: IMO it's not that much pain, but most of the systems I use have a Perl 5.14 or newer on them nowadays
[marto]: the question is more, is Padre still the way new users should be directed?
[Discipulus]: ah ah I have all 5.26 atm but I play alone..
[Corion]: Except this RHEL box, which comes with Perl 5.10.1 , but there I installed my own 5.20.3 for the real Perl programs we run ;)
[Corion]: marto: I used Padre for some time but then switched to Notepad++, since all the funky features I wanted to put into Padre couldn't be made to work, and/or I lost interest :)
[Discipulus]: indeed marto I dunno. I tested once and many years ago. But I'm not the programmer yardstick. I try to install Padre via cpan now just to add a line about it in the issue. Strawberryperl all life long!
[marto]: yeah, when I worked on Windows I did use Np++ all the time

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