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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Where to put data that goes with a module? swl 21
2 Re: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? haukex 21
3 Re^3: Multiple numeric not or compare in if statement haukex 19
4 Re: Multiple numeric not or compare in if statement syphilis 19
5 Re^2: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? syphilis 18
6 Re: Read file after download hippo 18
7 Re: Multiple numeric not or compare in if statement kcott 17
8 Re: Multiple numeric not or compare in if statement AnomalousMonk 16
9 Re: Multiple numeric not or compare in if statement LanX 16
10 Re: Read file after download marto 16
As of Jul 02, 2020 at 16:50 UTC, Next refresh in 30 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Working with old code Your Mother 37
2 Re: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? hippo 35
3 Re: Working with old code haj 32
4 Re: If statement not working choroba 31
5 Re: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? Discipulus 29
6 Re: Perl: Extracting the value from --rsync-path=PROGRAM key/value pair davido 28
7 Re: Working with old code Tux 27
8 Re: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? LanX 26
9 Re^2: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? LanX 26
10 Re: Reliably parsing an integer (updated) haukex 26
As of Jul 02, 2020 at 15:11 UTC, Next refresh in 2 hours ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Announcing Perl 7 marto 42
2 Re: Working with old code Your Mother 37
3 foreach $1 choroba 36
4 Re: Is there a problem with using barewords as filehandles ? hippo 35
5 Re: Hosting Provider updated Perl !! davies 34
6 Re: Working with old code haj 32
7 Re: can regex contains function? choroba 32
8 Re: ${^POSTMATCH} problem tybalt89 32
9 Re: match two files hippo 32
10 Re: If statement not working choroba 31
As of Jul 02, 2020 at 14:30 UTC, Next refresh in 21 hours and 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 Mini-Tutorial: Formats for Packing and Unpacking Numbers ikegami 56
2 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled tobyink 54
3 Re: Change Namespace of Package haukex 49
4 Re: ne vs. ! eq haukex 47
5 Re: Unusual variable declaration choroba 47
6 Re: map question toolic 47
7 Old Programmer New To Perl storm5510 46
8 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled davido 45
9 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled Corion 44
10 a lot of the CPAN big hitters have gone tobyink 44
11 Re: The error says the value is uninitialized, but it works anyway haukex 44
12 Re: Possible precedence issue with control flow operator Eily 43
13 Re: Old Programmer New To Perl haukex 43
14 Announcing Perl 7 marto 42
15 Re: Matching against $_ behaves differently than matching against a named scalar? choroba 42
16 Re^2: Using perl module if env is enabled tobyink 42
17 Re: Using perl module if env is enabled haukex 42
18 Perl Tk run on Android. It works zentara 42
19 Cor—An object system for the Perl core Ovid 41
20 Re: a lot of the CPAN big hitters have gone Your Mother 41
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