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Find a way to elegantly manage the overlapping names

You want to get in touch with Léon Brocard, and ask him how he solved this problem on the Perl Monger World Map. (Zoom in on a section to see what I mean). I'm sure he'll give you the source if you ask nicely.


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in thread drawmap.pl - Spot The Monk! by OeufMayo

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