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YAPC 2010 (6 Replies)
Rich Bowen 127712390721 Jun 2010* It seems that YAPC 2010 will be in Columbus. Any of you folks considering going?...
ping (10 Replies)
Rich Bowen 125604619220 Oct 2009* As far as I can tell, LPM has been dormant for roughly 8 years now. Is anybody still out there? By the ever-changing tides of fate, I'm a Perl pro...
muppet 125496233908 Oct 2009 Given the recent rash of activity on this list, i thought this might be useful (via planet perl): http://szabgab.com/blog/2009/09/1254290019.ht......
David Hempy 125451186802 Oct 2009 I'm still around and kicking, and coding perl full-time until January. I miss it, and grab any excuse to dust off my sweet perl skills. Truly amaz...
David Hempy 118920253407 Sep 2007 Sorry for the spam...this is the only email you'll get from me about this. Kentucky Educational Television (KET) is looking for a Windows sysadmin...
Gerard Lim 111898398017 Jun 2005 Here's a last reminder about Yet Another Perl Conference, North America (YAPC::NA 2005) http://yapc.org/America In case anyone out there has been ...
Gerard Lim 111578154011 May 2005 Hi everyone... There have been some recent developments on the YAPC::NA front, and it has been suggested to us that a reminder might be helpful to som...
Gerard Lim 111312590410 Apr 2005 Yet Another YAPC::NA 2005 Conference Reminder...
glim111123517719 Mar 2005 --> Yet Another Perl Conference, North America, 2005 Registration now open. Conference dates: Monday - Wednesday 27 - 29 June 2005 Location: 89 Che...
David Hempy 111087284615 Mar 2005* Okay...here's a politigeek question... I just installed the Crypt::CBC perl module on my laptop. It seems to encrypt and decrypt data using one of...
JAPH? (1 Reply)
muppet 110999724305 Mar 2005* was on man 'o war today behind somebody with a license plate that read simply "JAPH". might it have been one of you?...
Printing from perl? (5 Replies)
David Hempy 110715752931 Jan 2005* I'm a bit embarassed that I don't know how to do this, and a bit surprised this is the first time I've needed to. I need to print a shippi...
glim110659131824 Jan 2005 YAPC::NA 2005 (Yet Another Perl Conference, North America) has just released its call-for-papers; potential and aspiring speakers can submit a present...
Wm Buckley 109240808013 Aug 2004 <html><body><A href="http://wallboard.greatmedsupply.biz/?man=x56"><IMG alt="" src="http://ravish.justch...
Rich Bowen 109166438905 Aug 2004* Anyone want to talk about something at the next PM meeting? We've mentioned a number of times that it would be nice to have a list of subjects tha...
Janine Ladick 109166438905 Aug 2004* Does anyone know of a way to disguise a number so that it can be easily (as in, by eye) undisguised? Here's the scenario: My client assigns member...
llang109166438905 Aug 2004* Could potentially take a VERY long time. What if $sent is the complete works of Shakespeare? Better to unshift for (1..5), I would think. Or join @s[0...
llang109166438905 Aug 2004* The following works for what you're trying to do, but it assumes (maybe wrongly) that the words in your sentence are only separated by single spac...
Rich Bowen 109166438905 Aug 2004 By the way, I've been playing with MakeMaker today and last night. I've discovered that it is also a really handy way to build distributions o...
llang109166438905 Aug 2004 I tend to stick with absolute file references for just about everything. Use one or more variables to store the path and you only have to change it/th...

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