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enlightened |en'litnd|: adjective:
having or showing a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook

  

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Daily archive for Monday, 13 January 2014

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Shlomi Fish (rindolf): Tech Tip: Loop Labels in Perl 6
The Tip It is known that one can label loops (or arbitrary blocks) in Perl 5, using the syntax of MYLABEL: while (COND()) { BLOCK } or MYLABEL: for my $x (@array) { BLOCK } and then one can...
Emma Howson: Use Statements and the Whole Shebang
See what I did with the title??.....
Nearly 100% I'm not the first to come up with that.
The shebang and use statements are things that we all  put at the top of our perl scripts but do we really know why? Maybe a lot of you do, but I've just been [...]
Joel Berger (jberger): On the relative readability of Perl and Python
In a recent post, our own Buddy Burden expounds on the relative merits of readability vs flexibility (in the guise of Python vs Perl respectively). While he does not completely concede the point that Python is more readable than Perl,...
David Farrell sillymoose: Display beautiful Perl code in HTML without JavaScript

PPI::Prettify makes pretty-printing Perl code as HTML easy

David Farrell sillymoose: Display beautiful Perl code in HTML without JavaScript

PPI::Prettify makes pretty-printing Perl code as HTML easy

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