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Best Nodes of The Day

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: modern perl 1.0 haukex 23
2 Re^3: read/write delete duplicates/sort PROBLEM! - Use of uninitialized value in sprintf choroba 17
3 Re: read/write delete duplicates/sort PROBLEM! - Use of uninitialized value in sprintf choroba 17
4 Re: read/write delete duplicates/sort PROBLEM! - Use of uninitialized value in sprintf haukex 16
5 Re: modern perl 1.0 Fletch 16
6 Re^5: read/write delete duplicates/sort PROBLEM! - Use of uninitialized value in sprintf haukex 11
7 modern perl 1.0 cognominal 11
8 Re^3: POD for use feature 'declared_refs' wrong kcott 10
9 Re^6: read/write delete duplicates/sort PROBLEM! - Use of uninitialized value in sprintf afoken 9
10 Re^3: OT using m$ increases entropy bliako 8
As of Oct 19, 2021 at 00:00 UTC, Next refresh in 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Week

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Hash Curious choroba 26
2 Re: What's Perl good at or better than Python. (FAQ) LanX 25
3 Re: OS agnostic C&P CLI snippets with -E Corion 22
4 Re: Perl equivalent of Watir -- browser automation and web scraping Discipulus 22
5 IntelliJ IDEA for Perl !! Try it, use it, BE HAPPY !! ait 22
6 Re: Problem with regexp to match choroba 22
7 Re: XLSX::Chart::Pie -> Exploding NetWallah 22
8 Re: What's Perl good at or better than Python. stevieb 21
9 Re^2: ROT8000 implementation? atcroft 21
10 Re: Chrome freezes on windows when opened with WWW::Mechanize::Chrome Discipulus 21
As of Oct 18, 2021 at 22:06 UTC, Next refresh in 1 hour and 15 mins ±15 min

Best Nodes of The Month

# Node Author Rep
1 Re: Hash Search is VERY slow choroba 45
2 Re^2: possible bug in the perl debugger in perl 5.34 choroba 33
3 Re: Peculiar hash behavior jwkrahn 33
4 Re: Hash Search is VERY slow kcott 32
5 Re: loop iterator in a string haukex 32
6 Re: Bareword issue with Perl 5.34 Corion 30
7 Re: Hash Search is VERY slow johngg 30
8 Re^2: Preventing Use of uninitialized value choroba 30
9 Moon phase on historical events bliako 29
10 Re: loop iterator in a string tybalt89 29
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Best Nodes of The Year

# Node Author Rep
1 19 years and still visiting .. talexb 47
2 Why Perl in 2020 ait 47
3 Re: Hash Search is VERY slow choroba 45
4 Pumpking resignation davies 45
5 Re: Useless use of string in return statement tybalt89 45
6 Re: Perl Contempt in My Workplace eyepopslikeamosquito 44
7 Re: Pumpking resignation choroba 44
8 A BASIC interpreter to run StarTrek GrandFather 43
9 My 20th PerlMonks anniversary dmitri 43
10 Re: How do I tell if my code is using JSON::PP or JSON::XS? GrandFather 42
11 Re: Closure Over Scalar? choroba 41
12 Re: 02.5 == 25 - WTF? syphilis 41
13 Re: Problems Passing an object to a function that was passed to a module haj 40
14 Perl Contempt in My Workplace rje 40
15 Re: Pumpking resignation Your Mother 40
16 Re: STDIN Enter key not quite working choroba 40
17 Quadmath builds of perl for MS Windows syphilis 40
18 Thank You from a Newcomer Leudwinus 40
19 Banal Configuration Languages jdporter 39
20 Re: Factory classes in Perl choroba 39
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