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Michael Gribskov — 140580534819 Jul 2014*
did purdue-pm discuss this new feature of perl 5.20 already? See http://perltricks.com/article/68/2014/2/13/Co... for some examples, and for some deep...
jacoby.david — 140534639214 Jul 2014*
Greetings! This is an automated message to announce that Purdue Perl Mongers will meet TOMORROW at 11:30am in WSLR 116. Generally, we discuss computin...
Dave Jacoby — 140494438709 Jul 2014*
We might go into this deeper on Tuesday (less than a week until the next Perl Mongers meeting! See you at 11:30 in WSLR 116!), but this is an issue I...
Mark Senn — 140484114308 Jul 2014*
Thought you might be interested in a little test file I put together to test that Perl 5.20 works...at least on a tiny bit of the stuff it can do. Sou...
Mark Senn — 140355249523 Jun 2014
I was asked how to test if a module is installed and thought you might be interested in the answer I gave. In bash, echo -n `perl -MGetopt::Missing -e...
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