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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Parsing Emacs Lisp sexpr? Fletch 20
2 Re: Parsing Emacs Lisp sexpr? choroba 19
3 Re: .VCF records cleansing hippo 16
4 Re: Override new in Moose for flyweight objects tobyink 16
5 Re^2: Override new in Moose for flyweight objects Tanktalus 15
6 Re^2: Where is documentation for defining servers for use by Rex? hippo 14
7 Re^3: Invokes perl modules from perl script in different perl versions tobyink 13
8 Re: Parsing Emacs Lisp sexpr? LanX 13
9 Re^4: Where is documentation for defining servers for use by Rex? hippo 12
10 Re: Where is documenation for defining servers for use by Rex? bliako 11
As of Apr 08, 2020 at 18:31 UTC, Next refresh in 1 hour ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Lost in compressed encodings Corion 34
2 Re: "Segmentation fault" text not captured by perl script dave_the_m 33
3 Re^5: Lost in compressed encodings Tux 30
4 Re: Cannot find the error choroba 30
5 Re^3: Lost in compressed encodings Corion 29
6 Re: Regex to Array lookup question dave_the_m 29
7 Re: pre-texted <STDIN> Corion 28
8 Re: AnyEvent tcp_server not working kikuchiyo 28
9 Re^3: Cannot find the error choroba 28
10 Re: Counting days with DateTime (updated x2) haukex 28
As of Apr 08, 2020 at 15:24 UTC, Next refresh in 45 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: pop and shift not reversible hippo 40
2 Re: declaring lexical variables in shortest scope: performance? tobyink 39
3 Re: parsing @ARGV with Getopt::Long multiple times Corion 38
4 Re: But I want null values in my array Fletch 38
5 DrForr is no longer with us holli 37
6 Re: But I want null values in my array kcott 37
7 Re: Possible redundant use of "use strict" and "use warnings"? haukex 36
8 Re: Lost in compressed encodings Corion 34
9 Statistics::Covid : module for fetching and storing covid19-related data for analysis bliako 34
10 Re: "Segmentation fault" text not captured by perl script dave_the_m 33
As of Apr 08, 2020 at 05:12 UTC, Next refresh in 10 hours and 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Mini-Tutorial: Formats for Packing and Unpacking Numbers ikegami 54
2 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled tobyink 54
3 Re: Deprecating a CPAN Module haj 53
4 Re: Change Namespace of Package haukex 49
5 Re: Unusual variable declaration choroba 47
6 Re: map question toolic 47
7 Re: Why do I need a local variable in map function haukex 47
8 Old Programmer New To Perl storm5510 46
9 Re: Deprecating a CPAN Module Discipulus 46
10 Re: Automatically exiting a file within a block davido 46
11 Re: ne vs. ! eq haukex 45
12 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled davido 45
13 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled Corion 44
14 Re: The error says the value is uninitialized, but it works anyway haukex 44
15 Re: Braces around a section of code Athanasius 44
16 Re: Automatically exiting a file within a block stevieb 44
17 Re: Does perl read the entire pl file into memory? haukex 44
18 Re: Old Programmer New To Perl haukex 43
19 a lot of the CPAN big hitters have gone tobyink 43
20 Re: Braces around a section of code Eily 43
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