These are the factoids for <*:##NULL>.

factoid_id subject copula predicate history from namespace
4716 !! is the truth-of operator revisions
13122 " is revisions
13123 "" is “” revisions
5280 % is not mod in sql revisions
5783 & is Don't call a subroutine with & unless you mean it. If you don't know why you're doing it, don't do it. If you want to know about it, check perldoc perlsub revisions
5323 '->' is meow revisions
14839 * is all revisions
3837 + is Read more about + in "perldoc perlop" under "unary operators" revisions
4358 - is that for me? revisions
5069 . is period revisions
4630 .* is don't you really want to use .+ revisions
4137 ... is PASUSE revisions
14473 // is defined-or operators: revisions
5712 //= is LHS //= RHS means assign RHS to LHS if LHS is undef revisions
5311 < is pesky Zoffix revisions
5521 <=> is the spaceship operator. See perldoc perlop. revisions
5335 =^_^= is meow revisions
5310 > > is < < revisions
3620 ? is foo revisions
5657 ????? is ????? revisions
11478 @ is [fact tell [fact head [arg]] about [fact tail [arg]]]
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9544 @_ is List of function arguments. Extract them like my ($foo, $bar) = @_; or my $foo = shift; revisions
3270 \ is escape revisions
14441 ^ is ^ revisions
4001 ^_^ is OMFROTLFLFRLFKEKEKEKE #_#_@__@__#_ revisions
8770 ||= is "LHS ||= RHS means assign RHS to LHS if LHS is false." revisions
6386 ~ is ask me about tilde revisions
11710 ~~ is mst being an asshole revisions
4784 is <3 (sorry, I'm an old-fashioned bot) revisions
12734 🌮 is [fact taco [arg]]
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9501 $! is double valued (string and integer) variable storing the latest system error - usually used in <or die $!> revisions
9534 $" is Variable that lazy programmers use. revisions
9512 $# is The sigil for last array element. Unless you are using for (0 .. $#array) {} idiom, it's better to use @array (number of elements in array). revisions
9507 $% is some weird form variable. Use Perl6::Form instead. revisions
9535 $' is Please use (.*) at end of regexp instead. revisions
9515 $( is ${ is for dereferencing, not $(. Alternatively, it could be real gid of the process. revisions
9516 $) is effective gid of the process. revisions
9514 $* is use re '/ms'; revisions
9520 $+ is Magic. revisions
9540 $, is Vaiable that lazy programmers use. revisions
9519 $- is You probably meant %-. revisions
9542 $. is Current file line number. revisions
9530 $/ is Line break when reading file. Use some slurping module instead. revisions
9532 $: is Dollar-colon. revisions
9533 $; is Variable you shouldn't use. Perl has real multidimensional arrays - use them. revisions
9537 $< is Emoticon for real uid of process. revisions
9521 $= is Perl format variable. It formats your C: drive when you don't expect it. revisions
9538 $> is Emoticon for effective uid of process. revisions
9539 $? is Error information about latest ran program. revisions
9502 $@ is variable storing the latest error in eval {} block. It's usually better idea to not use it directly and leave it to modules such as Try::Tiny. revisions
9525 $[ is Variable that everybody hates. Just forget about it. If you see it in for ( $[ .. $#array ) loop, just asume that $[ is 0. revisions
9528 $\ is Yet another filehandle variable you shouldn't use. revisions
9526 $] is Floating point representation of Perl version. Use $^V instead. revisions
9511 $^ is Prefix for various variables, such as $^V (current Perl version). Please type them directly for description. revisions
13590 $_ is The default variable or "topic". Absolutely lovely for small scripts. sed-ers and awk-o-holics will love it. For mid-size to large modules, use well-meaning variable names, otherwise you will let the Schrödinger's cat out and have crazy bugs. See |$_ revisions
9536 $` is Please use (.*?) at beginning of regexp instead. revisions
9522 ${ is Dereference operator. revisions
9527 $| is When this variable is 1, output is flushed when you print. revisions
9523 $} is Nothing. Don't use. revisions
9518 $~ is Weird format variable. You shouldn't care. Use Perl6::Form instead. revisions
5812 $$ is current pid. also bling bling yo revisions
417 $$$ is unf revisions
9441 $#{@$x} is, use $#$x instead revisions
15626 $a is Don't use $a or $b as variable names. Not even in examples. They are not normal variables and will not behave like normal variables. The only place they are cromulent is in a sort or List::Util block. Please see ; consider using $x, $y instead. |$a revisions
10444 $a and $b is [fact $a]
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10445 $a or $b is [fact $a]
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10446 $a xor $b is [fact $a]
Don't use $a or $b as variable names. Not even in examples. They are not normal variables and will not behave like normal variables. The only place they are cromulent is in a sort or List::Util block. Please see ; consider using $x, $y instead. |$a
10443 $b is [fact $a]
Don't use $a or $b as variable names. Not even in examples. They are not normal variables and will not behave like normal variables. The only place they are cromulent is in a sort or List::Util block. Please see ; consider using $x, $y instead. |$a
9024 $file is Don't use $file as a variable name; it's too ambiguous. Use something like $fh for the handle and $fn for the filename. see revisions
3504 $query is USE PLACEHOLDERS revisions
9139 ($temp = $temp - 32) *= 5/9 ne $temp = ($temp - 32) *= 5/9 # Is it? revisions
9543 $^v is Perl version. revisions
8926 $x = 5x"lol this is better"; $x revisions
15648 °€ is [fact felsius [arg]]
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9478 01ninjastrike is <action> strikes at $1 with his katana!01 revisions
12464 [04/18 08:21:44] <perlbot> leobut: poppy seeds are disgusting revisions
12011 0e0 is false-but-true revisions
7876 1 is eval: "1" revisions
5293 100 is farnsworth: 100 revisions
4646 10x is Can't you take the slightest effort to type "thanks"? revisions
4365 1+1 is 2 revisions
12804 13:12 <perlbot> referenceerror: asfgasdfg is not defined revisions
4406 1337 is The number of the leet. revisions
3903 1337 h4x0r is Not a 1337 h4x0r: revisions
3946 1.5gb is ok to use perlbot. revisions
14206 17:51 <perlbot> stored simcop2387: your bot is losing it's fucking mind revisions
10337 1e5 is my ($p_i, $p, $q, $n, $last, @primes, %sieve)=(1,3,9,5,-1,2,3); OUTER: for( my $cnt = @primes; $cnt < 1e5; $n += 2 ) { if ( my $s = delete $sieve{$n} ) { push @{$sieve{$n + $_}}, $_ for @$s } elsif ( $n < $q ) { push @primes, $n if @primes <= sqrt(1e5); $last = $n; ++$cnt } else { push @{$sieve{$q + $p*2}}, $p * 2; $p = $primes[++$p_i]; $q = $p*$p } }; $last revisions
10040 1 fqeslvdjwweu is `echo fqeslvdjwweu'
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5097 1 year is 31536000 seconds revisions
4708 2 is 2 is the integer after 1 and before 3. If you mean 'to' or 'too', FUCKING SAY IT. revisions
5574 20 questions is something you don't want the people who are trying to help you to need to play to help you with your problem revisions
4373 21-6 is c revisions
4366 2 + 2 is 5 for sufficiently large values of 2 revisions
10050 2+2 is 5, but only for large values of 2 revisions
14739 <3 is bullshit, I'm way more than 3 | 💓 💕 💖 💗 💝 💞 💟 revisions
4707 >3 is You're damned right I am! revisions
5327 34486853790 is "fuckyou" in base 36 revisions
8423 386bsd 1) 386bsd is an early derivative of Berkeley's original BSD for 386-machines. Most modern BSD clones are based on it. 2) Linus on 386BSD vs. Linux - revisions
9323 3way is open my $fh, '>', $file or die "couldn't open $file - $!"; revisions
5020 <4 is damn right, bitch. revisions
3636 4 is 5 revisions
5131 |404notfound| is |404NoTFounD| revisions
16109 4,12â t​h​is​ ne​t⁠wo⁠r⁠k⁠IS BL​OW⁠JOB​S! G⁠E​T⁠ O⁠N S⁠UP⁠E⁠R​NETS⁠ F⁠O​R​ C⁠O⁠LD HA​R⁠D⁠ CH​A⁠TS NOW revisions
16111 4,12â th⁠IS N⁠ET⁠W⁠O​RK I⁠S BLO​W⁠J​O⁠B⁠S⁠! GE⁠T​ ON SUP⁠E​R​NETS F⁠OR​ CO​L⁠D H⁠A​RD CHAT⁠S N​O​W revisions
16107 4,12 t⁠h​i​s n⁠e​t⁠w⁠o⁠rk⁠â IS BLOWJ⁠O⁠B​S! GET​ ON SUPE⁠RN⁠E​TS FOR COLD⁠ HA⁠R⁠D C⁠H⁠ATS⁠ NO​W⁠  revisions
16110 4,12 this network IS BLOWJOBS! 4,12 GET ON SUPERNETS FOR 4,12 COLD HARD CHATS NOW revisions
15979 42 is The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything revisions
4623 420 is Drugs are bad mmmmmmmkay revisions
15426 <@!430281136879435787> is late revisions
3642 500 is 1) Check your httpd error logs--no, we don't know where YOU put them. 2) use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser); 3) Read more. revisions
4872 5 + 5 is SCHFIFTY FIVE revisions
4379 5.8.0 is Broken in so many unsavoury ways. revisions
14188 5 or 6 is The difference between Perl 5 and Perl 6 is like the difference between Perl 5 and Python. Don't let the name fool you. revisions
11221 5to6 is how to write perl 6 coming from perl 5: revisions
6075 5 v 6 is also see 6 v 5 revisions
9839 640k is revisions
4377 6st is jagerman's ex-coworker's numeric suffix (javascript) code: var st = (num % 5 == 1 ? 'st' : (num % 5 == 2 ? 'rd' : 'th')); -- see also <6st results> revisions
3905 6st results is 1st, 2rd, 3th, 4th, 5th, 6st, 7rd, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11st, 12rd, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16st, 17rd, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22rd, 23th, 24th, etc. revisions
9200 6 v 5 is also see 5 v 6 revisions
14568 72% is not good enough. i can't rely on `min-content` revisions
5472 7 stages is revisions
14559 80% is You know what they say: The first 80% takes 80% of the time, and the last 20% takes the other 80% of the time. revisions
12343 8-ball is {eval @t=split"/",{fact 8-ball replies};$t[rand@t]}
Reply hazy try again
11522 8ball is <8ball>
Cannot predict now
7823 8ball: is sam a werewolf revisions
10397 8-ball replies can has "It is certain/It is decidedly so/Without a doubt/Yes definitely/You may rely on it/As I see it, yes/Most likely/Outlook good/Yes/Signs point to yes/Reply hazy try again/Ask again later/Better not tell you now/Cannot predict now/Concentrate and ask again/Don't count on it/My reply is no/My sources say no/Outlook not so good/Very doubtful" revisions
8730 8bit is revisions
15601 90s is revisions
4700 95401750275839571760184015 is apeiron: freebsd sucks! revisions
11976 a is <echo <arg>>
9958 a6 is an unloved DNS record for IPv6, use AAAA records instead revisions
9959 aaaa is an A record only for IPv6 revisions
8374 aaaaa is the American Association for Abolishing Acronyms and Abbreviations revisions
16130 ░░░░░░░░░░░░▄▐░░░░░░ u HAVE BEEN SPOOKED BY revisions
9020 åäö is ⬲⬲⬲ revisions
9548 aaron is Aaronolicious revisions
5412 aartist is a user revisions
14607 abc is Always Be Coding revisions
3360 abend is abend == abnormal end (seg fault, core dump, etc.) revisions
3361 abending is see abend revisions
9674 abe vigoda is <get //h1[@class='premeta']>
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3646 aboutme is Quit wasting time messing with me. Don't you have something better you could be doing, rather then messing around with a bot? revisions
3686 ab problem is They think a is the problem, but it's really b, so forget about a and try to figure out what b could be revisions
4108 abuse is spamming the channel with worthless crap using perlbot revisions
12269 ac is revisions
14033 accept your$self is the latest trend. revisions
8571 accessors is accessors / mutators - more robust way to handle objects' properties - - also see Moose . Also see revisions
8031 /achieve is <fact achieve>
Step back. Explain what you're trying to achieve.
4644 achieve is Step back. Explain what you're trying to achieve. revisions
8030 achievement unlocked is Congratulations, you managed to piss off one of the regulars. Try being more polite next time. revisions
13965 ack is alester's grep replacement at | revisions
6031 acquire it is (rss
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12714 acrofind is `eval @a=split /\|/, `quote d `get`eval $_=`quote d `arg!!; uc s/\W//gir!.html string-join(//td[@class='result-list__body__meaning'], '|')!!; $a[rand()*@a]!
Gross Pollutant Trap
14660 _acrofind_dbg is `echo @a=split /\|/, `quote d `get`eval $_=`quote d `arg!!; uc s/\W//gir!.html string-join(//td[@class='result-list__body__meaning'], '|')!!; $a[rand()*@a]!
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9025 action at a distance is what you get when you use global identifiers - ones that span all code, regardless of package or file. Avoid global filehandles and use 'local' when modifying punctuation vars. revisions
9566 activestate perl is Try using Strawberry Perl instead. revisions
5570 .ad is Andorra revisions
4787 ad&d is See: hobgoblin revisions
4257 add is more revisions
8295 add an alias is use the new mkalias command: mkalias foo <- bar revisions
4256 addcrap is crap revisions
4258 addd is more revisions
4259 adddd is more revisions
10296 addition is Addition used to commute, but now it telecommutes. revisions
10670 address is revisions
10674 addresses is [fact address]
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14775 add todo is `echo Can't add [`arg!] to list. Todo list is full.!
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3408 adduser syntax is (user) (level) (hostmask) (password) (email) revisions
4768 adelaide is where Australians send other Australians to ride subs. revisions
8002 ad hominem is - a fallacy where the source of the claim is used as a validity for the claim. Also see "Pot Calling the Kettle Black" and "Practice what you preach." revisions
9576 adobe is a company that hates you but wants your money. revisions
11993 adopt is | keywords: abandoned cpan module revisions
11149 adopt a module is revisions
10787 adoption is You can find a list of modules in need of adoption at revisions
15239 adorable is revisions
3479 adrian_g is Perl Rocks! revisions
13954 advent is <lucasb> If anyone is playing Advent of Code and would like to join our leaderboard, please feel free, the code is 169430-b1c331b2. I invited all Perl 5 & 6 programmers I could reach, there's 13 of us already. revisions
175 .ae is .ae is United Arab Emirates revisions
13472 ae is [fact anyevent [arg]]
<mst> we don't support AnyEvent. it's shit and the author is insane. | Use ANY other event system, and you'll be much happier. See async.
176 .af is .af is Afghanistan revisions
15271 a factoid is a factoid is a short fact revisions
410 afaik is As Far As I Know revisions
10857 afl is American fuzzy lop - revisions
177 .ag is .ag is Antigua and Barbuda revisions
7942 agi is Asterisk::AGI - Simple Asterisk Gateway Interface Class revisions
3546 ahs is All Hardware Sucks, see also ASS revisions
178 .ai is .ai is Anguilla revisions
3738 aias is Ask it and see revisions
16102 â i need a patterns which is capture only values having the combination alphanumerics and it wont capture the words having alphabets revisions
3516 air is who needs it! I'm waiting for the right person to have air with. revisions
3767 ajax is Ajax is a method of producing a dynamic, asynchronous, browser-based interface using XML, javascript, and the DOM. Gmail is a good real-world ajax example. A decent overview is at revisions
4799 is Alaska revisions
179 .al is .al is Albania revisions
12733 alert is [fact klaxon [arg]]
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3666 alessandro is e' un trolll revisions
8066 alezakos is some bzflag player revisions
8484 alias is [fact add an alias [arg]]
use the new mkalias command: mkalias foo <- bar
14636 alien is A convention for making external libraries available for Perl's use, for either XS or FFI bindings. Alien::Build makes it easy to construct such a distribution, see revisions
9976 alive is JOHHNY 5 IS ALIVE! revisions
12378 all-caps perl is Finally, we can program in PERL! revisions
12498 all i meant when i said "!ops" was to alert you to the spam coming from revisions
8611 all languages suck is revisions
9872 all of it is if you don't know what's wrong, you don't know what parts of your code aren't necessary to figure out what's wrong. so nopaste all of it. | and see "show us the code" revisions
5763 all tests successful is Hmm... time to write more tests revisions
15578 all your paste are belong to us revisions
11881 almostzilla is [eval "[fact dzil]" =~ s/d/x/igr]
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9842 alnewkirk is a corporate consumer catchphrase whore (and how!) revisions
3954 alone is leave me the fuck alone revisions
9351 alot is | revisions
4541 alpaca is revisions
13234 alright that's long enough. stop being obstinate. revisions
8941 also available in pm is you can send commands directly to the bot via privmsg (/msg perlbot ...) to avoid cluttering the channel revisions
4510 also, html is revisions
9611 also mentions text::xsv and dbd::csv, but the second one seems to be for CSV databases (with SQL-like API). revisions
9892 also seems to be wrong about where zipcodes live. revisions
14600 also why is perlbot storing -everything- I say? revisions
12216 altaba is Ask your doctor if AltabaTM is right for you. You may suffer serious side effects when using Altaba. Customers have reported email spam, data breaches, serious and sometimes life threatening captcha tests, and liver disease. revisions
5479 [altreus] is a netcat. See Altreus. revisions
15557 altreus is Altreus: Even PHP is right twice an aeon revisions
5806 altreus[hireme] is Give a kit a job using Perl, Catalyst, DBIC, Mason, Moose, TT2, in fact anything because he already learned this lot on the job. /msg and he will reply, if not asleep. (UK time) revisions
5538 altreus-resume is UK-based perl kit can travel within reason or within a series of tubes. Has dipped a paw into Moose and POE and DBIC. revisions
4798 is Alabama revisions
180 .am is .am is Armenia revisions
4515 american is There are North Americans, South Americans, and Americans. The first two talk about continents, the third is a country, sorry but we chose it first, you can't have it, people in south america, central america, latin america, mexico or canada are not Americans. revisions
14991 amigara is an enigma to be sure revisions
5994 amir is Amir, a shadeed friend of Humayyon! revisions
5143 amir-rao is a cheetaaaaaaa revisions
3852 amnesiac is a noob revisions
5718 ampersand is please don't call subroutines with &sub_name, use sub_name(...) instead - the & thing is perl4-style and can do things you really didn't want revisions
181 .an is .an is Netherlands Antilles revisions
3914 an array element is a scalar revisions
8729 anatomy of types is revisions
9606 ancient perl is Don't write Ancient Perl! See ; . revisions
4391 and for the prize what is a silly typo f00li5h made revisions
4390 and for the prize, what is the difference revisions
15522 and i will be right back revisions
9425 and perlbot is ofc a revisions
7891 and played it in a pot of mac&cheese any day is called a callout thread unless its verbally abuse you because of poor hitboxes unfortunately which is like super china buffets revisions
10710 android is From perl 5.20 on you can compile perl and libperl for android. This only gives you the interpreter though, you still need to go through FFI *and* JNI if you want to write full applications. revisions
12367 and then the murders began is see "Laidlaw's Law" revisions
3514 an error is Always state the executing code and the error! revisions
12167 angels is revisions
8936 anna nas is revisions
10419 anno's law is irc is a competition between regulars and perl newcomers. both parties are trying to ge the other side to give them code, but rarely succeed revisions
5355 "annoy" is eval: "annoy" revisions
5707 another satisfied customer is Thank you! Come again! revisions
8531 ansi encoding is there is no such encoding, see revisions
5754 answering is fun revisions
5392 answers is revisions
3692 anticipationg is swahili for "Please do not put your finger there." revisions
5644 antidrama is It's -incredibly- un-fucking-helpful to enter an argument just to remind everyone that you don't think the argument is worthy of their time. If you believe in being silent around conflict, shut the fuck up and let it fizzle out. revisions
3984 anybody is Somewhere, someplace, in some universe, somebody uses what ever you just asked about. However, if you actually wanted help with it, please just ask a question, don't ask to ask, or ask if anyone can help. revisions
10965 anyevent is <mst> we don't support AnyEvent. it's shit and the author is insane. | Use ANY other event system, and you'll be much happier. See async. revisions
13365 any::moose is [fact mouse [arg]]
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4345 anyone is Somewhere, someplace, in some universe, somebody uses whatever you just asked about. However, if you actually want help with it, please just ask a question; don't ask to ask, or ask if anyone can help. revisions
5373 "anyone here good with regex?" is you should probably not be using regex to do what you want to do. Use a module instead. revisions
6371 any x geniuses here is No genius is stupid enough to answer yes to that question! If you have a question about something, just ask it. revisions
182 .ao is .ao is Angola revisions
10727 aol is actually The September That Never Ended began in 1993, when AOL gave usenet access to its tens of thousands, now millions, of users. revisions
7850 aolbonics is (borrowed from #java) aolbonics is using unnecessary abbreviations such as 'u', 'r', 'ur', 'thx', etc. Using this language depicts you as an imbecile in the eyes of the helpful regulars in this channel, and is generally not tolerated. If you want intelligent answers, the least you can do is speak intelligently. revisions
4899 aol speak is Using "u" and "r" in place of "you" and "are" is appropriate for heart-shaped candies made of chalk, not IRC. revisions
4204 aolspeak is Using "u" and "r" in place of "you" and "are" is appropriate for heart-shaped candies made of chalk, not IRC. revisions
5641 apairon is yet another way to spell apeiron for those who don't know what tab complete is revisions
8963 a (pared-down) testcase is a page that isolates the problem with the minimum required markup, styling and scripting. See `paste for services that easily let you create such testcases for others to see. revisions
14481 ape is I hate every ape I see, from chimpan-A to chimpan-Z. No, you'll never make a monkey out of me. Oh, my, god, I was wrong. It was earth all a-long. You finally made a monkey out of me. Yes, you finally made a monkey out of me! I love you Dr. Zaius! revisions
9256 apeion is *yet another* way for those unfamiliar with tab complete to misspell apeiron revisions
6115 apeioron is yet another way for people who don't know tab complete to misspell apeiron revisions
7958 apeirin is yet another way for people who don't know tab complete to misspell apeiron revisions
6348 apeiron's first law of debugging is Debugging is a humbling task where you learn that you are always wrong and your tools are always right. revisions
6128 apeiron's gitosis is please nopaste an ssh pubkey for access,${REPONAME}.git for rw clone, git://${REPONAME}.git for ro revisions
5714 apeiron's law of debugging is The amount of time spent debugging is proportional to the square of the number of assumptions made while debugging. revisions
9211 apeiron's law of software popularity is The popularity of a software package is directly proportional to the amount of fail inherent in the package (MySQL, PHP, RH, Windows, node.js...) revisions
9439 apeiron's law of technology popularity is The popularity of a software package is directly proportional to the amount of fail inherent in the package (MySQL, PHP, RH, Windows, node.js...) revisions
9588 apeiron's law of trolling is the degree to which someone is trollable is directly proportional to how caremad they are about a given topic revisions
4715 apeiron's philosophy on "can i ask a regex question?" is Don't come here asking us about non-Perl regex questions, because apeiron will try his hardest to give you a Perl-only solution. revisions
8757 apeiron's philosophy on factoid names is apeiron wants factoids to have longer names than the text they represent revisions
5558 apeiron's rule of failure is The epicness of the fail in a system is inversely proportional to the number of points of failure in that system. revisions
8877 apeiron's second law of factoid names is make them so pesky you can't even remember them yourself revisions
7994 apeiron's sense of aesthetics is "Would this be more aesthetically pleasing if it were blue?" revisions
5705 apeiron's zeroth law of cpan is For every common task X, there is n+1 modules on CPAN for task X. revisions
5082 aperion is a common typo of 'apeiron' made by those unfamiliar with tab complete revisions
8726 aperiorn is yet another in the long list of ways people unfamiliar with tab complete fuck up apeiron revisions
5099 aperiron is another name for apeiron for those who don't do tab complete revisions
9117 aperron is yet another in the infinitely long list of ways for people unfamiliar with tab complete to misspell apeiron despite seeing it repeatedly revisions
5077 aphisone is a #php convert. revisions
12896 api is pastebin api: | revisions
8727 apieron is yet *another* way for those unfamiliar with tab complete to misspell apeiron revisions
3955 a planet is a lamer! revisions
5059 apostrophe is apostrophe: , , , , revisions
4689 apple is made of fail and shiny revisions
8781 applepie is If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe. revisions
16161 appreciate any/all help ( | <mauke[m]> sweval: use function::parameters; fun fac($n) { $n < 2 ? 1 : $n * fac $n - 1 } fac 5; | [01-18 17:46:53] <simcop2387> that's now nmcli, nmtui, and all the gui tools work with network manager is using dbus. jc is a fun little tool i found recently that can convert a lot of command line tools into outputting json | [-6-:-0--0-] *click* Okay, campers, rise and shine, revisions
16073 â print "the month you choosed is not there in calender \n"; revisions
14201 apt is always better than inept. revisions
10675 apue is revisions
183 .aq is .aq is Antarctica revisions
184 .ar is .ar is Argentina revisions
10518 arch broken perl is using Arch? Perl segfaults? try revisions
9412 arch cpan is 'o conf init gzip' from the cpan shell if you get this error when installing modules via cpan on arch linux: Package contains both files and directories revisions
5492 archive::tar example is! revisions
12190 archlinux is [fact arch broken perl]
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9971 archondev is | known as gmpaul < mst> gmpaul: you are not competent. you refuse to learn. and you're a help vampire. revisions
3889 are you a bot is No. revisions
7890 are you a troll is You might be a troll, a quick quizz to find out: revisions
3629 are you bug free is no revisions
3628 are you bug free? is no revisions
14662 are you gay is Gay? I wish! If I were gay they'd be no problem! No, what I have is a romantic abnormality, one so unbelievable that it must be hidden from the public at all cost. You see... revisions
15129 are you hard is yes i am revisions
14920 are you ok is Annie? revisions
9488 are you sentient? is I think I don't exist. revisions
3295 are you sexy is Well *blush*, some say my diodes shine in the sun like jewles, but the smell of hash follows. revisions
14668 argon2 is Currently preferred password hashing algorithm as it can be resistant to various types of attacks depending on your needs. | revisions
8450 argtest is [arg captured]
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4624 arithmetic is 2 + 2 == 5 for significantly large values of 2 revisions
15927 arm64 strawberry perl is We need MSYS2 to properly support ARM64 windows for that, see this until then we can do nearly nothing. Compiler is ready with Clang but no GCC support still so it may not work with all modules revisions
3449 armed is "The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power is inherent in the people; that... it is their right and duty to be at all times armed." --Thomas Jefferson to John Cartwright, 1824. revisions
3448 armed citizens is "None but an armed nation can dispense with a standing army. To keep ours armed and disciplined is therefore at all times important." --Thomas Jefferson, 1803. revisions
479 arm yourself is PHOTON TORPEDOS READY CAPTAIN revisions
4132 array howto is See revisions
9996 arrayref is @array[@indices] -> @{$arrayref}[@indices] revisions
3937 array search is See perldoc -f grep, perldoc -q contain, or a foreach loop with perldoc -f last revisions
4398 array size is my $array_size = scalar @array; my $last_index = $#array; revisions
15478 artistic is compare to revisions
3861 arubin is the Messiah revisions
3862 arubin- is the Messiah revisions
4801 is Arkansas revisions
185 .as is .as is American Samoa revisions
4062 as is fuckin' bloody hell revisions
9402 as29386 is revisions
3643 ascii is American Standard Code for Information Interchange revisions
13188 asciiemoji is [eval use Acme::AsciiEmoji; Acme::AsciiEmoji->[arg]]
13884 asciimoji is [fact asciiemoji [arg]]
5690 asciio is revisions
3291 ascii table is Ascii table with descriptions and escape sequences: revisions
5048 ascii_url is revisions
14745 as i was using the assumption that after every comma there will be a space revisions
4363 asic is Application Specific Integrated Circuit revisions
13579 asimov is There is as yet insufficient data for a meaningful answer. revisions
10349 ask is Questions in the channel should be specific, informative, complete, concise, and on-topic. Don't ask if you can ask a question first. Don't ask if a person is there; just ask what you intended to ask them. Better questions more frequently yield better answers. | and see perfect question revisions
3960 ask2ask is One day, Kn00bie joined #perl, and asked, "Tell me, is it proper to ask first whether one should ask a question, or do ye not require such things?" One of the masters raised his hand, and a towering bot descended from the heavens and knocked Kn00bie to the ground, leaving a large wet spot. Lying there, head spinning, Kn00bie became Enlightened. revisions
13223 "askaskaskask" is "Do not run we are your friends" revisions
13224 askaskaskask is "Do not run we are your friends" revisions
13222 "askaskaskask" "do not run we are your friends" revisions
13221 "askaskaskask" "do run we are your friends" revisions
5540 ask ik to ask is don't ask ik to ask, just ask the queston! revisions
7777 ask to ask is Don't ask to ask or ask if there are any users of X around, people often don't respond to that because they've used X but maybe not the same features as you. Instead, skip straight to your question + pastebot link and if somebody knows they'll probably try to help revisions
12643 ask to ask ask is Don't ask to ask ask. Don't ask if ask can help you with x. Just ask ask! If ask doesn't answer, then rest assured that it's not that he doesn't know but that it's specifically because he doesn't like you. revisions
3299 ask twice is Don't ask twice. We saw your question the first time. Often we don't answer because 1) We don't know the answer or 2) We don't care revisions
4709 a/s/l is DIE IN A FIRE revisions
13330 asl is 13/none/dns me revisions
14066 aslr is revisions
5072 asmiong is swahili for "I woke up handcuffed to a bus stop, naked." revisions
8605 aspeiron is yet *another* way for people ignorant of tab complete to misspell apeiron revisions
4159 as perl is ActiveState perl. Getting CPAN working with AS perl at revisions
3253 asperl is revisions
3791 a sperm bank is something cum guzzlers like Chris62vw rob revisions
3547 ass is All Software Sucks, see also AHS revisions
4791 asscpan is Install dmake and mingw and put them in your PATH to use CPAN with Active State Perl -- or better yet, see strawberry perl revisions
5697 assembly is Perl programmers who refuse to use CPAN and modules may as well be writing assembly. revisions
3553 asshur is the capital of assyria! revisions
9863 associative array is 'hash' is the, ahem, RITER term for an associative array revisions
14810 as soon as that's done and successful, eval5.32: will be live on revisions
4637 assume is Making an ASS of U and ME revisions
464 assumptions is MJD #11901 You can't just make shit up and expect the computer to know what you mean, Retardo revisions
16169 async is [fact events [arg]]
Asynchronous event-driven IO is awesome in Perl with POE, IO::Async, IO::Lambda, Mojo::IOLoop, Reflex among others; made nicer using Future, Mojo::Promise, or Promises and Future::AsyncAwait
12486 async-await is You'll find the current project status and how to contribute to LeoNerd's Future::AsyncAwait here: It will be updated every Thursday evening. revisions
15398 async/await is a syntax for writing neat asynchronous code using Futures; see Future::AsyncAwait revisions
186 .at is .at is Austria revisions
13226 atfq is ASK THE FUCKING QUESTION revisions
4452 atlas is Find the location of #perl'ers on and of all Perls on revisions
11878 attributes is See perldoc attributes and Attribute::Handlers or Attribute::Storage revisions
187 .au is .au is Australia revisions
12850 audible json is revisions
12553 augh is revisions
12382 autobox is A CPAN Module for treating regular Perl values as objects: revisions
11337 autoderef is but revisions
9664 autodie is perldoc autodie | but consider this: revisions
15137 autohell is a term for the monstrosity that is the GNU autotools (autoconf, automake, libtool, etc.). Also see revisions
12344 autoload is sub AUTOLOAD is called instead of the function you asked for - with the same @_ - when the function or method you asked for doesn't exist. See perldoc perlsub | try to make it easy revisions
10348 autovivification is Perl will automatically create a reference if it can, simply because you acted like there should be one there. See perldoc perlref. Turn it off with 'no autovivification;' - see revisions
3698 autrijus journal is revisions
4357 avar is hard gay revisions
4632 avar rocks is <avar> Of course that's really a rhethorical question for "you're a dumb slut" revisions
188 .aw is .aw is Aruba revisions
3647 away is revisions
11258 awesome is mileage may vary - if you find a better option, tell us so we can improve revisions
6071 awnstudio is awesome revisions
13281 awoserra is <awoserra> ugh regex is evil <awoserra> the worst IPC ever. revisions
12361 awscloud is <twitter awscloud>
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8604 aww, uri isn't loaded in revisions
4427 axscode is <axscode> merlyn: i dont have perl yet on my machine. revisions
189 .az is .az is Azerbaijan revisions
4765 azr|el is See cl0ud. revisions
4800 is Arizona revisions
10971 b100s is a help vampire who is afraid of using modules. revisions
190 .ba is .ba is Bosnia and Herzegovina revisions
8252 babby is revisions
423 babel is revisions
12452 babelfish is revisions
4321 backgrounds is assorted background images... most of them suck but you might find something revisions
4939 backpan is where you can find older releases of CPAN modules: revisions
5541 bacon is revisions
4181 bad is Broken As Designed - There comes a time when it's easier to start from scratch. revisions
13523 bad choices is revisions
9245 bad elements is Perl Bad Elements / Perl Elements to Avoid can be found at ; Also see PBP . revisions
4995 bad idea is riding a womans bike without some kind of padded shorts revisions
4118 bad interpreter is \r is bad. `head -1 | od -c` or `perl -pi -e 's/\r//g'` revisions
5534 bad kitty is bad kitty, no pawing at the furniture revisions
8419 bad programmer is Bad programmer! No cookie!! revisions
14598 bah.. i think i need a syntax highlighter or linter or somesuch, to remind me that `pl_stack_base` is almost certainly not the variable I wanted to use in an XSUB, for the start of my arguments. That's what `mark` is for revisions
6081 bahrain is a small island off the coast of Saudi Arabia. revisions
436 baka is See JonR revisions
16061 balamii is revisions
3622 balderdash is NONSENSE revisions
15153 banach tarski is Banach Tarski is an anagram of Banach Tarski Banach Tarski revisions
13199 bar is [fact foo [arg]]
3427 barbie is Like, OMG! Perl is hard! Let's go shopping! revisions
3421 barbie regexes is regexes are hard, let's go shopping! revisions
12478 bareword filehandles are bad because they are global variables revisions
5081 barnyard is oink! oink! moo! baah! revisions
4110 barry is Wassercrats revisions
5 bart is revisions
12961 base is Unless you are using the fields pragma, consider this module discouraged in favor of the lighter-weight parent module. revisions
16137 base64 is revisions
4902 bash prompt is i get my to the toilet revisions
10863 bash quotes is perl -e$'print "\'", \'"\'' or perl -e'print "'\''", '\''"'\' | for other quotes, see revisions
11287 .bashrc local::lib is [fact local::lib .bashrc]
If CPAN set up your local::lib and can't find the modules it installs, remove the lines it added to .bashrc and add the line: [ $SHLVL -eq 1 ] && eval "$(perl -I$HOME/perl5/lib/perl5 -Mlocal::lib)"
3397 battle of buu is The two Buu's battle each other until Good Buu unleashes his conversion beam on Evil Buu. Being more powerful, Evil Buu simply reflects it right back. Good Buu is turned into a piece of chocolate and eaten by Evil Buu, resulting in Super Buu. revisions
3543 baz is qux revisions
191 .bb is .bb is Barbados revisions
4045 bbf is buu bot framework revisions
4469 bbl is bbl means "barrel". Perhaps you meant "be back later?" revisions
5516 bbq is barbecue revisions
4270 bbqb is Bar-B-Que, the extra B stands for byobb revisions
5486 bc is baby cruncher (See also Zoffix) revisions
14671 bcrypt is don't use MD5 or SHA1 for passwords; read for why. tl;dr --> Crypt::Eksblowfish::Bcrypt | see argon2 revisions
192 .bd is .bd is Bangladesh revisions
16158 bdb is revisions
6323 .be is .be is Belgium THE LAND OF WAFFLES revisions
15257 be is [eval $str="[fact [8ball [fact _be__get_list [arg]]]]"; $arg=[quote d [arg]]; if ($arg =~ /^\s*a\s+retard\s*$/) {$arg=[quote d [arg &n]]}; if ($arg =~ /^\s*$/) {$str} else {"<".$arg."> ".$str}]
<doing things that invalidates the test> OMG u r teh gr8est 10x thx k bye!
15181 _be_abesimpson_it is I used to be with it, but then they changed what it was. revisions
10030 beagccjivgpo is `eval "foal"eq`arg d&n'?"muwtooncimqj":""'
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10018 beahjdrtevww is {echo perlbot: jvbcomnujppj foal}
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8595 be andash is andash> haha det vore fett, alltid velat testa att candyflippa. i röven kan det ju inte bl sämre revisions
9608 bears is a tired and old joke revisions
9642 be barack is Jag heter Barack och mig kan du lita på! Jag tar hand om produkten som DU forzkar med, såväl som det mesta vad gäller ordning och reda! Ingen i forzkarteamet riskerar "kåken på fredag"! revisions
8916 be botje is yes, odds are good the source of your problems is you. revisions
4750 because i can is Just because you can does not mean that you should. revisions
3492 becoming bitwise is Becoming bitwise: revisions
8823 be dagle is your coding skills is turning me on, xintron revisions
15164 _be__default is _be_pearl or _be_web, _be_brain, _be_paste, _be_kthx revisions
5761 be dwu's ass is <reply>aaaa¥¥¥¥¥¥a¥¥a¥¥¥aaa¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥azaaaa<aa¥aacaaaaaaa¥¥a¥¥¥aaa¥a¥a¥¥a¥aaaaaaz revisions
9022 be dxtr is dxtr> Du inser att hexadecimaler redan är i textformat, va? :( revisions
4670 beep is  revisions
4349 beer is Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy revisions
5566 beer ping is beer pong revisions
5565 beer pong is beer ping revisions
15249 _be_florianbd_functions is except that you'd have to see how I organized my code. It's function based, the functions are in a giant database... revisions
15159 _be_foo_blarg is I'm a dumb bot and can't do anything revisions
8258 be frijole is <frijole> /bin/sh: Syntax error: Unterminated quoted string revisions
8780 be gasseus is I don't have any more [bugs]. revisions
15163 _be__get_list is `eval use JSON::MaybeXS qw/decode_json/; $bel= decode_json `quote d `fact factgrep ^_be_`arg!!!; return `quote d `fact _be__default!! unless (@$bel); @$bel = (@$bel, @$bel); join(', ', @$bel) =~ s/,/ or /r!
_be_pearl or _be_web, _be_brain, _be_paste, _be_kthx
3828 beginning is revisions
9669 beginning perl is [fact bp [arg]]
Please use Curtis "Ovid" Poe's "Beginning Perl" published by Wrox if you need a beginner's book. Alternatives for people who already know programming: "Modern Perl" (see mp) and "Programming Perl" (O'Reilly). The original "Beginning Perl" and O'Reilly's "Learning Perl" are outdated. |
8294 begperl is [fact bp [arg]]
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15174 _be_huf_anyad is AGGYÁ ÁRAMOT GECI revisions
5838 be husimon is <husimon> here's some code that's like what I'm running but different in subtle important ways why doesn't it work??? revisions
9259 be jdf is <reply>I'm using Perl, DBI, Oracle, a banana, two pieces of the Berlin Wall, a Chevy truck, a pound of compost, a goose, another goose and some spam, but I get a syntax error. Help! revisions
7976 be jstizzle is <jstizzle> huh? I hilight on 'boobies' revisions
15258 _be_kent\n_news is FAKE NEWS revisions
12217 be kind please rewind is revisions
8594 be krad is Sun May 1 02:21:30 EDT 2011: <krad> git users are going to switch back to svn soon revisions
7920 _be_kthx is OMG u r teh gr8est 10x thx k bye! revisions
15248 _be_larry_underwood_song is Baby, Can You Dig Your Man? revisions
9612 be lewellyn is git is hard, let's go shopping | i actually like cobol more than obj-c revisions
15182 _be_mst_cistern is behold the violins inherent in the cistern revisions
15168 _be_mst_snort is ology: and I'm usually snorting it revisions
11003 benchmarks is There are lies, damn lies, statistics, and benchmarks. | See also profiling revisions
15408 benoit b mandlebrot is [fact benoit b. mandlebrot [arg]]
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15407 benoit b. mandlebrot is The B. in Benoit B. Mandlebrot stands for Benoit B. Mandlebrot. revisions
15507 _be_parv_thanks is thanks, did not know (obviously) revisions
7917 _be_paste is Hi, can I paste this very long script I downloaded and let you fix it for me plz?? revisions
7919 _be_pearl is WHY USE PEARL!? C IS FASTAR?!?!? revisions
4123 be romero is z0mg, needs more pentagrams! revisions
9050 be rsimoes is Dancer's guts are dildos revisions
6377 be simcop2387-lap is <reply revisions
15177 _be_simcop2387_mrceremonies is < simcop2387> oh dang forgot it adds that automagically revisions
3711 best is Best depends on the situation! revisions
11146 best practices is For Perl best practices and what to avoid, see and the older, proprietary-licensed, and somewhat outdated Perl Best Practices book by Damian Conway - revisions
9547 best web framework is Use whatever is appropriate to your requirements. revisions
9632 be telec is <telec> what I really want ... is change a few things ... eg. dates of posting on facebook ... 1 hour to 1 trillion light years revisions
3454 beth++ is beth now has infinite karma revisions
3494 beth all day is <beth> I do it all day long revisions
3535 bethbot is "IF ONLY!" revisions
3870 beth calendar is She got married on 2005-07-16, thanks for asking. revisions
3660 beth for free is <beth> fook: don't buy it from him, I've heard people saying you can get it for free revisions
3578 beth on relationships is <beth> phroggy: getting her off and getting in her pants are not the same thing.. revisions
3649 beth on size is "[16:26] <beth> SIZE DOESN'T MATTER" revisions
3648 beth's conference is revisions
3640 bethzombie is <bethZOMBIE> scientists think it may be a virus. It all started when buu killed me... revisions
5261 better is Better or worse are completely relative. Always test / benchmark before you draw conclusions. revisions
3634 better cpan is revisions
7918 _be_web is How I can make teh web wit pearl?!?! revisions
9023 be woldrich is :4 revisions
15198 _be_xenu_1 is penis revisions
8822 be xintron is your coding skills is turning me on, dagle revisions
9013 be zibri is zibri> busschafförer revisions
194 .bf is .bf is Burkina Faso revisions
195 .bg is .bg is Bulgaria revisions
10014 bgyfgoedkunp was {echo wfvjilowltty foal}
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196 .bh is .bh is Bahrain revisions
197 .bi is .bi is Burundi revisions
10939 bidi is [eval $_ = 'Just Another Perl/Bidi Hacker,'; print "\x{202d}$1\x{202e}$3" while s/(.)(.*)(.)/$2/;]
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11741 bidi this is a test revisions
3254 biff is boof revisions
13117 bigbits is With big bits you can send 1and 0instead of just 1 and 0 to file handles revisions
3413 bigdick mine is 6.27 inches! revisions
9263 bigfoot is as seen on TV revisions
13866 bijection is a mapping that is both one-to-one (an injection) and onto (a surjection), i.e. a function which relates each member of a set S (the domain) to a separate and distinct member of another set T (the range), where each member in T also has a corresponding member in S. revisions
5124 bike shed is bike shed is revisions
10511 bikeshed is [fact bike shed]
bike shed is
4260 bill is gay revisions
4401 bimbw is But I May Be Wrong revisions
3348 binary is there are only 10 types of people in the world, those that understand binary and those that don't revisions
10694 bind values is [fact placeholders]
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5615 bingos is Don't parse BinGOs with regex use BinGOs::Parser or see Task::BeLike::BINGOS revisions
4380 bingos! is B-I-N-G-O! I Win! revisions
5399 /bin/perl is "/usr/bin/env perl" in perl 5.10, and on systems that don't suck revisions
5654 bio is revisions
3495 bioinformatics is <beth> I bioinformaticize <beth> it's like jazzercizing <beth> I do it all day long revisions
3440 bioperl is revisions
12892 birthday is <echo happy birthday <arg &r>>
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9947 bisect is revisions
5530 bitcard is a very old and unified login system that should not be used, find more info at: revisions
4692 bitches is bitches ain't shit but hoes and tricks revisions
3434 bitchx is <greycat> take a pimply 14-year-old script kiddie. Put him in a blender. Puree. Pour into a shallow tray, let it solidify, put it in the CD-ROM drive, mount it, and then compile it. You have BitchX. when you've outgrown saying "D00d!" and "That's so gay!" then move up to irssi. revisions
462 bitchx fix is type /set format_nick_comp $0: $1- and /set SEND_AWAY OFF and put this in ~/.bitchxrc revisions
12495 bitcoin is <echo Want to donate? Send to 1PerLBotTtCGH4bhopJqFWY1m5BrCW6At2 and watch as simcop2387 has no idea what to do with your money. Balance: <fact _get_bitcoin addressbalance> (of <fact _get_bitcoin getreceivedbyaddress>)>
Want to donate? Send to 1PerLBotTtCGH4bhopJqFWY1m5BrCW6At2 and watch as simcop2387 has no idea what to do with your money. Balance: 0.00076588 (of 0.23095679)
9605 bitkeeper is - a proprietary and commercial version control system that was used by the Linux kernel and by other projects before git, Mercurial and other quality open source solutions came along. Stay a clear mile away if you know what's good for you. revisions
13879 bizarro is Bizarro, I love you. revisions
198 .bj is .bj is Benin revisions
4004 bl is svn co svn:// revisions
12660 blackface is [eval use utf8; $a=[quote d [arg]]||"Just another Unicode hacker"; $a =~ tr/a-zA-Z/𝖆-𝖟𝕬-𝖅/r]
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12644 blackfont this is a test revisions
11973 blackletter is <eval use utf8; $_ = "<arg>" || "Just another Unicode hacker,"; tr/a-zA-Z/𝖆-𝖟𝕬-𝖅/r>
𝖈𝖆𝖓 𝖎 𝖗𝖊𝖆𝖉 𝖙𝖍𝖎𝖘?
3848 blah is Rahblahblah revisions
13170 blarfarghl is `eval "`fact xls~ `fact xlsx~"~
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4127 blasphemy is php revisions
9358 bleach is try it revisions
4560 blead perl is revisions
9941 bless my referents is revisions
3292 bling bling is $$ revisions
3455 blinkenlights is ACHTUNG! ALLES LOOKENSPEEPERS! Das machine ist nicht fur gefingerpoken und mittengrabben. Is easy snappen der springenwerk und blowen corken mit spitzundsparks. Das rubbernecken sightseeren keepen das kottonpicken hands in das pockets. Relaxen und watchen das Blinkenlights. revisions
12499 block asn is revisions
14482 blockbuster is revisions
5794 blogger is (see also: CMS) revisions
4621 blow me is alright. revisions
199 .bm is .bm is Bermuda revisions
4121 bm is a bowel movement (or japhy thinks it's a benchmark) revisions
200 .bn is .bn is Brunei Darussalam revisions
4616 bnf is an acronym for "Backus Naur Form" revisions
201 .bo is .bo is Bolivia revisions
12454 boat is An acronym standing for Break Out Another Thousand. revisions
10082 bobby tables is revisions
4601 bodytemp is 97.88F, 36.6C, 309.75K revisions
3372 bofh is bastard operator from hell revisions
3788 bogues is a salad-tosser revisions
13194 boing is revisions
5636 bom is A series of bytes indicating a UTF8 encoded file revisions
4575 boo is YIYKES! revisions
13242 book is [fact books [arg]]
For Perl books see and . Especially see the Modern Perl factoid and
13078 books is For Perl books see and . Especially see the Modern Perl factoid and revisions
5702 boosh! is BOOSH! revisions
14037 bootstrap is | The most popular HTML, CSS, and JS library in the world. revisions
12446 bootstrapping perl is revisions
14443 borat is `eval my $q = `quote d `get .*!!; @ls=split /\r?\n/, $q; my $i = `call lenor [`arg!] [rand(@ls+1)]!; $ls[$i-1]!
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3314 bossmc is the coolest. revisions
10255 bot is a bastard, thats who perlbot is revisions
4332 bot abuse is You meant "perlbot: bqs" revisions
3541 botabuse is BE NICE TO US POOR BOTS revisions
9918 botje is He looks like a chicken. tastes like fish. revisions
11468 bots is like people here, they answer when spoken to, and pay no attention to you the rest of the time. They even reply to /msgs. Current bot population: perlbot, GumbyPAN, shorten, preflex revisions
4900 botscan meliante is SCAN PROCEDING PLEASE WAIT revisions
3274 botsex is UNF OBLIO revisions
4440 botsnack is I'm not your prank monkey revisions
6147 bottom is <karmatop -<arg>>
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15302 bourekas is revisions
15452 bp is Please use Curtis "Ovid" Poe's "Beginning Perl" published by Wrox if you need a beginner's book. Alternatives for people who already know programming: "Modern Perl" (see mp) and "Programming Perl" (O'Reilly). The original "Beginning Perl" and O'Reilly's "Learning Perl" are outdated. | revisions
6088 bp pdf is While the download links on for Beginning Perl are down, you can use the Print link on the Google Docs pages to download PDFs. revisions
6284 bpse is Beginning Perl, Second Edition by James Lee : revisions
10033 bqjychagrkcb is `echo bqjychagrkcb'
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52 bqs is Bot Query Syndrome - if you're reading this, stop talking to the bot, talk to real people instead. revisions
5517 bqss is Bot Query Syndrome Syndrome - If you're reading this, you are ivantis and we think you're annoying. revisions
202 .br is .br is Brazil revisions
13243 br is it's freezing revisions
3624 braindead is Braindead: revisions
4000 branch prediction is dark voodoo revisions
5523 branes is revisions
3846 brassica is A cabbage! Yay! revisions
3305 brd is a kid fag who cant get real woman revisions
3287 break is C's (continue, break) => Perl's (next, last) revisions
14054 brexit is the second worst decision made by popular vote in 2016 revisions
4988 brian d foy's guide to solving any perl problem is;node_id=376075 revisions
5513 brian foy's guide to solving any perl problem is revisions
3953 briareus is dumb fundamentalist christian whore revisions
11841 bridge is revisions
13864 brillant is revisions
11892 broadcast an ip is `eval sub ip{my $i=int(rand()*2**32);return ip() if ($i<0x1000000||$i&0xFF==0);($a,$b,$c,$d)=($i>>24,$i>>16&0xFF,$i>>8&0xFF,$i&0xFF);"$a.$b.$c.$d"};ip()~
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4636 brownie is doing a heckuva job. revisions
6306 bruce is revisions
3952 brunn is right-wing rascist twinky hole revisions
4029 brute force is revisions
4028 brute force programming is revisions
203 .bs is .bs is Bahamas revisions
12155 bscinabte is But Some Consistency Is Not A Bad Thing Either! revisions
14452 bsd are 1. A family of unix-like operating systems: ; 2. Several permissive FOSS licences: . revisions
204 .bt is .bt is Bhutan revisions
16103 btcdwed are from Europe revisions
6172 btdt is been there, done that, or the derivative of bogosity with respect to time revisions
4428 bttf is Back To The Future revisions
11265 buck is a rather suspicious revisions
15389 buffalo is Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo revisions
5126 buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo is revisions
4020 buffer is Suffering from Buffering - revisions
12115 buffering is Perl buffers I/O for efficiency. See - tl;dr - $fh->autoflush(1) (plus use IO::Handle under ancient perl versions) revisions
9161 bug is Found a bug in perlbot? report it here: revisions
4622 bug in perl is No, it's not a bug in perl. revisions
10267 bugs is A program not written has no bugs. revisions
3522 bukkake is If you don't know, enjoy that innocence. If you are a sick fuck, revisions
10366 bulletins is revisions
9939 bumblbee is revisions
9940 bumblebee is revisions
13809 bundle is check out the 'carton' and 'fatpack' factoids. revisions
3658 burp is espressione copyleft by ale revisions
3877 bush is a tard revisions
9942 but first we need there to be a revisions
11803 but i am you revisions
14724 but i can't use cpan is | Please tell us what restrictions you are working with so we can best help you make your life easier with CPAN! revisions
11789 but i cant use cpan is [fact But I can't use CPAN]
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4754 but it works is Just because it works doesn't mean it's right. revisions
15938 but the issues is there extracted many irrelevant urls so there is need to run loop revisions
8545 but there are stupid bots revisions
15197 button is Here, have a muffin. revisions
16141 but why `$str =~ /((?:(?!^qwe).)+)/` is not doing what i want? revisions
5997 buu is the enemy. kill buu revisions
9189 buubot is your mortal enemy. destroy buubot. and also buu, if the opportunity presents itself. revisions
5459 buubot3 source is svn co svn:// # unless it's not revisions
3435 buu's website is revisions
6338 buu: what is wrong with "[]" =~ /\[ ( [^]] )\]/x ? revisions
205 .bv is .bv is Bouvet Island revisions
206 .bw is .bw is Botswana revisions
12958 bwcalc is `eval $s=`quote d `arg!!; use App::EvalServerAdvanced::ConstantCalc; $c=App::EvalServerAdvanced::ConstantCalc->new(); $c->calculate($s)!
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207 .by is .by is Belarus revisions
6 bye is cya! revisions
5377 bynari is 0101010101010101 revisions
4268 byob is Bring Your Own Beer revisions
4269 byobb is Bring Your Own Beer, the extra B is a typo revisions
208 .bz is .bz is Belize revisions
9831 c is C is the low-level programming language for many modules. You can use it in Perl with Inline::C or XS (perldoc perlxstut). Don't be afraid of it: revisions
3821 c++ is Die programmiersprache revisions
5046 c/,,\ is c/,,\ is a turtle. Seriously awesome! \o/ revisions
8011 c@@ is <call catat <arg>>
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5218 .c0m is like .com with a zero!!! kekzerama! revisions
10250 c2f is <eval $c=0+(<arg>); $f=sprintf"%.2f",$c*9/5+32; "$c°C = $f°F">
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3729 c99 is the new standard for ANSI C. revisions
209 .ca is .ca is Canada revisions
4929 cabal is TINC revisions
3845 cabbage is Brassica oleracea revisions
4485 caelum is <perlbot> there was no entry for Caelum, so I added it to the database revisions
15889 calc is {eval use Math::Calc::Parser; $e={quote d {arg}}; ''.Math::Calc::Parser->new->bignum(1)->evaluate($e)}
15890 calcrat is {eval use Math::Calc::Parser; $e={quote d {arg}}; ''.Math::Calc::Parser->new->bigrat(1)->evaluate($e)}
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4036 calendar is revisions
11726 calendars is revisions
5229 calm down somni? is somni, you're being a bastard again. please calm down. love: mst, Chris62vw, sili, tag, rindolf, simcop2387, BinGOs, Paladin revisions
4735 camel is the book Programming Perl, which has a picture of a camel on the cover; see also perldoc -q books revisions
4184 camel book is "Programming Perl" from O'Reilly (a.k.a The Camel Book) - revisions
14580 camelia is A proposed new name for Perl 6, which didn't get adopted. See Raku. revisions
15763 can anyone point me to where i should ask a question about specifying a requirement of x11 being present for testing my module that is useful only in that environment? revisions
13982 cancer is fuck cancer revisions
5960 candy is nuts, bolts, nails and motor oil! revisions
9403 can i is Can I do this operation? Please see TIAS. revisions
5159 can i do it in one line is What is good on the command line is not necessarily good in a reusable program. revisions
5407 can i kick it? is yes you can revisions
15415 cant is Career Aptitude Normalizing Test revisions
4013 can't locate is When you get an error that looks like "Can't locate object method X.." it means the method you are trying to access does not exist in that package. You probably get this error because you forgot to load the package via 'use' or 'require' revisions
4014 can't locate method is When you get an error that looks like "Can't locate object method X.." it means the method you are trying to access does not exist in that package. You probably get this error because you forgot to load the package via 'use' or 'require' revisions
4015 can't locate pm is This error means you need to install the module it lists, first converting it in to a proper module name: Module/ turns in to Module::Name. Typically you would use the cpan program to install it, like so: cpan Module::Name revisions
10719 can't use cpan is [fact but i can't use cpan] | Please tell us what restrictions you are working with so we can best help you make your life easier with CPAN!
3444 capitalization is "Capitalization is the difference between 'Helping your uncle Jack off a horse' and 'helping your uncle jack off a horse'." revisions
3320 capital perl is Perl is the language, perl is the program, there is no PERL. See perldoc -q 'difference between'. revisions
4610 capitol perl is see: capital perl revisions
5083 capso is a capslock hatecrime. revisions
8361 captcha is Completely Automated Process for Telling Computers and Humans Apart revisions
12782 capture is use Capture::Tiny qw(capture); my ($stdout, $stderr, $exit_code) = capture { system "foo", "--bar" }; | | See also POSIX::WIFEXITED and friends revisions
4779 cards is ♠ ♡ ♢ ♣ ♤ ♥ ♦ ♧ revisions
4501 carebare is the ever cuddly rizen revisions
15990 cargo cult is revisions
16042 carmel is Carmel is an advanced bundler for Perl. See for more info. revisions
10797 carp is Alternative to Perl's built-in error/warning mechanisms, providing context from the user's point of view. warn (caller); cluck: warn (stack); croak: die (caller); confess: die (stack). See also Carp::Always revisions
10954 carrot is revisions
9167 car shed is revisions
14655 carton is Carton is a bundler for Perl. See for more info. | revisions
10799 casefolding is Comparing or matching a string case-insensitively. In Perl, it is implemented with the "/i" pattern modifier, the "fc" function, and the "\F" double-quote translation escape. revisions
5101 case for file swapping is revisions
10800 casemapping is The process of converting a string to one of the four Unicode casemaps; in Perl, it is implemented with the "fc", "lc", "ucfirst", and "uc" functions. revisions
4381 .cat is .cat is Catalan revisions
13220 cat is `compose `eval $a=`fact _getarg_perl_array `arg~~;$s=$a->[0]eq'-s'; @$a=grep{!/-s/}@$a;for$_(@$a){$x=1,next if($_ eq'>');push@r,$_ if$x;push@l,$_ if!$x}; if(@l==0||@r>1){return "!echo Syntax: cat [-s] fact [fact ...] [> fact]#"}; $l=join(" ",map{"[fact $_]"} @l); ($r)=@r; if($r){return "<fact macro $r is [echo $l]>" if $s; "[fact $r is $l]"} else {return "[echo $l]"}~~
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5704 catable is Catable - CATAlyst BLog Engine - by Perl Cats - . MIT/X11L, Catalyst, DBIx::Class. revisions
5480 catalyst is Catalyst - The elegant MVC framework - | Also see #catalyst on revisions
6126 catalyst book is catalyst book is or revisions
5617 catalyst cms is or revisions
5775 catalyst on dreamhost is A local::lib and Task::Catalyst install is available for download at revisions
7861 cat approved software is irssi, bitlbee, vim, git, mutt (except by name), cat revisions
8010 catat is <echo you will: <8ball paw at, claw at, hiss at, purr at, stare blankly at, fake indifference towards, or ignore> <arg>>
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3766 catb is "The Cathedral and the Bazaar" - revisions
6125 cat book is catalyst book is or revisions
6001 catbook is revisions
13132 catch is [fact try]
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13247 catfight is revisions
5420 catmandev is ik> half cat half human half programmer revisions
10912 cat pee is "nobody wants to see the cat urine soaking into all your broken snowflakes melting in the light of day" - awesome programming rant: - see also: tools revisions
16156 cats is cats are awesome furry creatures. Resident #perl cats are dhoss, pkrumins, Altreus, rindolf, SubStack, dwu, and corwin. For indepth cat-related conversation see #perl-cats | GNU kent\n :( | MIA f00li5h, reward of pats for any information| Check out Buzz Light-year Aldrin too, revisions
5485 cats using ladders is revisions
5032 cat[tm] is a boob revisions
4802 is California revisions
9865 cause you are an ape revisions
5359 cava is a windows packager for perl programs revisions
7933 cbt is Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy - revisions
12484 cbus is var en usbkabel från vidars ps4, så inga 220v. han är återställd nu som tur är men var jävligt rädd där ett tag revisions
210 .cc is .cc is Cocos (Keeling) Islands revisions
15988 ccache is , a fast compiler cache tool revisions
8973 ccan is revisions
8912 ccushing is | OH SHIT HERE COMES AN S revisions
4677 .cd is .cd is Zaire (Republic of The Congo) revisions
5276 cdavaz is Ontolog revisions
10878 cdd is Conference Driven Development revisions
8493 ce is 1. Computer Engineering. 2. - revisions
437 celebs is I KNOW NOT THESE PEOPLE! I AM INDY AS FUCK revisions
10027 celramgmewrb is `echo qkqjjrphsqjm'
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5431 censoring is Putting asterisks in naughty words to preseve the sanity of people who are too young or stupid to figure out what letters the asterisks replace: e.g. f*ck, p*p etc revisions
8460 centos is `fact thissucks centos~
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439 c'est la vie is that's the life revisions
211 .cf is .cf is Central African Republic revisions
8883 c-fix is <c-fix> naah i havent tried eating moonbat crap revisions
212 .cg is .cg is Congo revisions
4034 #cgi is #CGI is the latest and greatest channel for all of your wonderful scripting question needs. They take any language that can implement the basic CGI protocol. revisions
16127 cgi is For modern perl CGI see Also Common Gateway Interface - , . Also have a look at the "web frameworks" factoid and Plack/PSGI revisions
4866 cgi debug is see revisions
12380 cgi::debug is CGI::Debug - module for CGI programs debugging - revisions
3751 cgi env is See jagerman's CGI environment script: revisions
11040 is an ancient API for talking CGI in Perl. Contains tons of cruft and bad practices, and a bunch of HTML generation functions for no good reason. Plack-based frameworks (Web::Simple, Dancer2, Catalyst) and Mojolicious allow you to write cleaner, faster, safer web applications that can still be served via CGI if needed. See also CGI::Alternatives revisions
213 .ch is .ch is Switzerland revisions
12788 chair is revisions
428 change inc is to change @INC (perldoc perlvar), recompile perl, or set the PERLLIB or PERL5LIB environment variable (perldoc perlrun), or use the -I option to perl (perldoc perlrun), or 'use lib' (perldoc lib) or fiddle with @INC (not recommended) revisions
4467 chanlist is Find Freenode channels at revisions
10725 channel is # or ! or & or + revisions
13277 chaos theory is Buck> pingu8: I don't really want to decipher what it looks like in your head revisions
14804 cheers is Where everybody knows your name revisions
8944 cheese is early game pressure in which one takes advantage of unprepared or under experienced players with the aim of taking get an easy win. see also, cannon rush. revisions
4771 chess is ♔ ♕ ♖ ♗ ♘ ♙ ♚ ♛ ♜ ♝ ♞ ♟ revisions
5739 chewbacca defense is or revisions
9188 chibapet is In Japan, he'd known with a clenched and absolute certainty, he'd find his cure. In Chiba. Either in a registered clinic or in the shadowland of black medicine. Synonymous with implants, nerve-splicing, and microbionics, Chiba was a magnet for the Sprawl's techno-criminal subcultures... revisions
8933 chicken is <")3 revisions
5381 chid wanted you to know about "llama": learning perl is a llama revisions
9372 chimp is chimp VARIABLE, chimp( LIST ). Removes any trailing chimpanzee. It returns the total number of chimpanzees removed from all its arguments. If VARIABLE is omitted it destroys the chimpanzee executing the script. Use with care. revisions
5063 chlam is chlam a cracker revisions
5598 chomp is chomp = $/ and chop = last char revisions
7867 choosing a library is revisions
5599 chop is chomp = $/ and chop = last char revisions
9919 choroba is disease in Czech revisions
4060 chris is Master of the universe! revisions
5142 chris62vw is my bitch revisions
4592 chris62vw's law is see: Chris62vw's rule revisions
4578 chris62vw's rule is The conversation about how someone shouldn't do something in an IRC channel is always at least twice as long as the text the accused person created in the first place revisions
4419 chris picture is revisions
5772 christianity is oh look, a religion! this is a tech channel, let's keep to vi vs. emacs for the holy wars please revisions
4543 chuck is a cool person revisions
6308 chuckle is gentle coughing. revisions
9224 chuck norris is [fact chuck norris facts [arg]] ;
6307 chuck norris facts is ; revisions
3795 chumpette is buu revisions
3389 chunking is revisions
214 .ci is .ci is Cote DIvoire (Ivory Coast) revisions
14454 ci is Continuous Integration - ; revisions
4797 cib is CIB revisions
16045 circle is LeoNerd's pureperl IRC client; revisions
8060 circle irc client is revisions
4107 circle of trust is (see ops) revisions
14750 circuit_icon: how are you opening the files? revisions
215 .ck is .ck is Cook Islands revisions
5285 ck is you are a crazy kitten revisions
216 .cl is .cl is Chile revisions
8567 cl is Common Lisp - a usable (for some values of usable), but mostly complicated dialect of Lisp. ; ; see also scheme , lisp and clojure revisions
9455 cl0ud is See: unicode U+2601 revisions
4992 cl0udula is ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ ☁ revisions
8308 clabino is The utternace of the universe revisions
10263 claims to be 5.13.something, don't subs get hoisted? which makes me think it's because it's in the lexical scope but also hoisted out to top level revisions
14164 clap is revisions
12379 class-accessor is ; - you probably want Moose instead. revisions
5042 class::dbi is deprecated, see DBIC revisions
9326 classes is see "objects". revisions
5161 class::light is See for more information about this OO-helper class. revisions
3627 clever is If you were as clever as you think you are you would know you are not as clever as you think you are. revisions
9688 cleverbot is your only friend, until the end. revisions
3524 cli is command line interface revisions
15602 cloak is Talk to simcop2387 if you want a perlbot related cloak. They're being offered to any kind of irc bot that either is written in perl or is perl related (e.g. a commit bot for a perl repo, or some other kind of perl related announcements, etc.) revisions
9660 clobber is Clobbering a variable is accidentally changing or destroying its value. Most commonly happens to global variables like $_, $1, etc. Avoid it by always using lexical variables where possible. | see also <action at a distance> revisions
6029 clock is (rss
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12723 clone is [fact deepcopy [arg]]
Clone, Data::Clone, Storable::dclone, Sereal::Dclone
5393 clos is Common Lisp Object System revisions
4724 closure is eval: sub closure { my $foo; sub { $foo ++ } }; my $sub = closure(); my $other = closure() ; [ $sub->(), $sub->() , $other->(), $other->(), $other->() ] # note that the $foo that belongs to $sub is different from the $foo that $other has... and that they both continue to exist due to there being a reference to a sub in the scope they reside within. see also: coping with scoping revisions
5207 closures is see "perlbot: references" and then and and then and then "perlbot sicp" and then revisions
3445 clrs is Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, and Stein - authors of THE book on algorithms. revisions
10288 clue is You couldn't get a clue, even with a clue machine and a quarter. revisions
217 .cm is .cm is Cameroon revisions
9285 cmake is - a modern, cross-platform, open-source, build system. For some advocacy see: . revisions
11931 cmd.exe utf8 is use Win32::API; Win32::API->new('kernel32.dll', SetConsoleOutputCP => 'N','N')->Call(65001); binmode $_ => ':encoding(UTF-8)' for \*STDIN, \*STDOUT, \*STDERR; might work for UTF-8 output under Windows revisions
15971 cmocka is ; "a unit testing framework for C with support for mock objects. It only requires the standard C library, works on a range of computing platforms (including embedded) and with different compilers." revisions
15870 cms is Yancy (Mojolicious based), Galileo (Mojolicious based), MojoMojo (Catalyst based wiki), AngerWhale (furious sea life), Foorum (Catalyst forum), Bricolage, Slash, Movable Type, WebGUI revisions
4212 cms wiki is revisions
15869 cmus is ; terminal music player revisions
218 .cn is .cn is China revisions
12858 cnn is `compose `eval $a=0+`quote d `arg!!;$a=1 if $a<=0; qq{<get concat((//li/a)[$a], '', (//li/a)[$a]/\@href)>}!!
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219 .co is .co is Colombia revisions
5569 cobol on cogs is revisions
10883 code is Code is how programmers tell other programmers what they want the computer to do revisions
3247 codebase is check out my insides: revisions
14056 code golf is revisions
4198 code monkey is at revisions
4436 codemonkey is at revisions
4042 coffeeguy_| is SSJ revisions
12146 coffee time is average coffee time since 2011: revisions
13948 coi do is do mo revisions
12501 colorstest is 04,02Testing colors revisions
5219 .com is the United States (where the internet is run) revisions
8520 comma is A comma - "," - is a wonderful invention; use it. revisions
4490 commandprompt is ahem revisions
9731 commenserate is help and advice will be commensurate with the explanation of the problem revisions
12002 comments is revisions
4167 .commieness is a metric for the ammount of .com something has revisions
13915 common::sense is isn't revisions
4907 communism is an intoxicant and an aphrodisiac revisions
12747 comose [echo [_getarg_perl_array "this is a test"]] revisions
9956 compare is cmp, eq, ne for strings, <=>, ==, != for numbers revisions
4749 compelling is THE POWER OF CHRIST COMPELS YOU revisions
6380 compile is perldoc -q 'hide the source' revisions
12487 compose <echo macro bitcoin is ~<fact bitcoin> ~get``> revisions
14438 compromise is revisions
16003 conan is a barbarian of some sort | - a package manager for C and C++ revisions
5642 concurrency is look, we can't actually advise you on a concurrency solution unless you tell us what the program's going to do - although the odds are pretty good that we'll say "don't use threads" since that's almost always the worst choice revisions
10766 concurrency and async in perl is revisions
13450 config is Mixing configuration and code leads to mod_perl^Wmadness. See Config::Any, Config::Tiny, Config::INI, YAML::XS, JSON::MaybeXS, JSONY, TOML for better alternatives. revisions
4364 conformal d-squat algebras is they model butter/knife sliced bread interactions in Peterson cohomology. revisions
13473 confusion is On two occasions I have been asked, — "Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?" In one case a member of the Upper, and in the other a member of the Lower, House put this question. I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question. revisions
10396 conjugation is revisions
8922 consideredharmful is ConsideredHarmful is half of f00li5h's new social code sharing rate website internet 2.0 thing. the other half will be called IsLikeCrackToMe revisions
10295 consistency is "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do. Speak what you think now in hard words, and to-morrow speak what to-morrow thinks in hard words again, though it contradict every thing you said to-day." revisions
4869 conspiracies is revisions
4868 conspiracy is revisions
11291 constant is use constant FOO => 'bar'; or use Const::Fast; const my $foo => 'bar'; revisions
4192 consume jpeg's soul is okay revisions
3873 contain is To check if an item is in a list, use perldoc -f grep and see perldoc -q contain revisions
3298 contains is Type "perldoc -q contain" at a prompt to see many great examples of how you can figure out if a list contains a certain thingie. You might not want to use something like "grep { $thing eq $_ } @stuff" because it is expensive if @stuff is large. revisions
10387 context is See In a nutshell: When Perl evaluates an expression, it first looks to see whether a scalar, a list, or nothing (void) is expected as the return value, and the expression is evaluated accordingly. For example, in $x = foo(); @x = foo(); foo(); , foo() is evaluated respectively in scalar, list, and void context. See also the wantarray function in perlfunc. revisions
3286 continue is C's (continue, break) => Perl's (next, last) revisions
3443 contributing to cpan is revisions
14996 conversation stopper is The higher... the fewer... revisions
5437 converting ip addresses is have you tried pack? revisions
8 cookie is Thank you! revisions
11530 cookies is To store cookies between requests, use the cookie jar appropriate for your user agent. HTTP::Tiny -> HTTP::CookieJar, LWP::UserAgent -> HTTP::Cookies, Mojo::UserAgent -> Mojo::UserAgent::CookieJar... revisions
11356 cool is digitok revisions
4102 coolfactor is 10 revisions
42 coping is Coping with Scoping - revisions
3575 coping with alcohol abuse is Just don't be a quitter, keep drinking! revisions
5750 coping with buu is HAGLAGHLAGHLAGHLAGHALGHALG revisions
4568 coping with daveman is GumbyBRAIN: Daveman it! revisions
3934 coping with failure is ask buu revisions
4651 coping with gumbybrain is GumbyBRAIN: jerk it! revisions
12794 coping with scoping is [fact scoping [arg]]
Coping with Scoping - | |
5520 copy on write is copy on write is the sneakyness of showing someone a readonly version of a variable, then creating a localised version of it when they try to change it revisions
10515 copypasta is duplicate spagetti code revisions
8745 core is Purely the minimal amount of Perl code required to bootstrap CPAN. To perform any real-world useful work, try installing some modules. From CPAN. revisions
8025 corelist is <core <arg>>
File::stat Added to perl core as of 5.004
10493 corgifex is Central Organization of Insecure Feeling Express revisions
5139 coro is coroutines and continuations for perl, see revisions
3469 coroutine is revisions
3525 coroutines is revisions
4395 corrections ekta is linuxchix ;) revisions
12766 _corrupted_elmo is E̵̖̼͕̰̤͕͐͋͞L̛̥̤̙̬̯̜̏̇ͤ͛ͦͬͤ͘M̩̦͓̬̃̈́͗͐͟Ö͉̫́ ̵̢̗͖̫̭ͤL̞̄ͭ͗͑͌̕Ơ̶͔̱̌͑̀͘V͙̖̪ͣͮ̓̆ͦ͋̐̎ͩ̀ͅË̪̟̖̣̄̈̅̔͊̈̀̚͘S̺̈́̉́ͩ̾̋̆͐͘ ̺̼͕̗̜̣̯̗̣̒͛̏ͦ̃͊̎Ỷ̼̬͈̞̌͗͊͌͑ͨ́͘Ọ̻̟̠̦̈́̀̍͞Ų̖̰̥̝̩͐̓ͨ͜ revisions
9801 cost of newlines is revisions
3431 coto is Champion Of The Obvious revisions
5036 count is one, two, many, lots... revisions
4803 is Colorado revisions
12730 cp is [fact ln [arg]]
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13886 cpan is Main archive of Perl modules. It helps Perl programmers to not reinvent the wheel. User-friendly interfaces are available at . See also "life with cpan". See also . | | Similar to Internet Rule 34, but for perl revisions
5257 cpan2 is Zoffix, the babycruncher's robotic watcher... uploads, ratings, misc and other revisions
9556 cpan at work is revisions
5401 cpandeps is find out the dependencies for any CPAN module here: revisions
3318 cpan faq is CPAN FAQ: revisions
14687 cpanfile is a format for describing CPAN dependencies, which can be read by cpanm, Carton, mbtiny, [Prereqs::FromCPANfile], and in general Module::CPANfile. | revisions
9370 cpan for private code is . revisions
5662 cpanhq is CPANHQ - an open-source, meta-data-enhanced, community-driven interface to CPAN - revisions
8214 cpan jfdi is 'prerequisites_policy' => q[follow], in your .cpan/CPAN/ and PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT=1 in the environment. | or just install and use cpanm revisions
5346 cpan leaderboard is revisions
15893 cpanm is [fact -m [arg]]
15894 cpanm bootstrap is wget -qO cpanm; perl ./cpanm App::cpanminus | place in ~/bin and chmod a+x ~/bin/cpanm to use without installing, but will need to be manually updated | If already using perlbrew or plenv: perlbrew install-cpanm || plenv install-cpanm revisions
11762 cpanminus is [fact cpanm]
11712 cpanm local::lib is wget -qO; perl -l$HOME/perl5 App::cpanminus local::lib; echo '[ $SHLVL -eq 1 ] && eval "$(perl -I$HOME/perl5/lib/perl5 -Mlocal::lib)"' >>~/.bashrc; source .bashrc or start a new session revisions
9807 cpan-nr is revisions
9073 cpan on windows is revisions
6239 cpanp-boxed is download CPANPLUS-0.9003 tarball, extract it, cd into the directory, 'perl bin/cpanp-boxed', enjoy. revisions
8481 cpan reverse depends is revisions
14957 cpan river is revisions
16028 cpan smoker is revisions
5631 cpants is revisions
15505 cpan tutorial is | (dzil optional) revisions
10616 cpan wrappers is revisions
14424 cperl is rurban's fork of perl, which attempts to add compiled types to perl and reimplement or remove most of the features since 5.6 | | revisions
8919 cpp is see c++ | the c preprocessor revisions
3467 cps is continuation passing style revisions
220 .cr is .cr is Costa Rica revisions
16043 cran is Comprehensive R Archive Network revisions
3407 crapbot is oblio :-( revisions
4607 crap tutorials is AVOID THESE tutorials - revisions
5076 cream is Perlbot Cream (TM) costs $34.95 a tube. Perlbot Cream makes things LARGE and pleasing. Cream is cream was a cool thing with Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Jack Bruce. Or a dolled-up vim. revisions
9834 crimp is Jean-Claude Jaquettie with his jacket on, with his jacket off, jacket on jacket off jacket on jacket off revisions
13185 critic is [fact perlcritic [arg]]
a highly configurable and extensible Perl source code analyzer. Comes with policies based on Perl Best Practices (PBP); but see for our recommendations.
5263 critters is revisions
5337 crksht is pesky pencapper revisions
11033 crlf is "\r\n" varies by platform - in particular this will break if used for sockets code on win32. use Socket qw(:crlf); "$CRLF" instead. see perldoc perlport for details. revisions
5609 croak is Aways remember, open(..) or Carp::croak("fail open $! $@"); ... close(..) or Carp::carp("fail close $! $@"); revisions
5266 crow and cat is revisions
4903 crud is Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete -- the four corners of a proper database management tool revisions
5091 crunch mode is crunch mode is - "Why crunch mode doesn't work." revisions
12601 crypt is [fact bcrypt]
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221 .cs is .cs is Czechoslovakia (Former) revisions
4599 cs is CS is 1) Computer Science ; 2) Counter Strike revisions
11839 csduck: printf: is not a command to revisions
11838 csduck: this was a command to revisions
5148 csh is csh considered harmful: revisions
5962 c shell is see csh revisions
5031 cs homework is Do this well-understood task on your own, from scratch, without reusing existing, tested code like you would in the real world. revisions
8667 csi is a Control Sequence Introducer/Initiator | \e[ revisions
11532 css is Cascading Style Sheets: and to learn them revisions
4320 css art is (level can be from 10 to 1000) use FireFox revisions
4292 css margin: is `css margin @ perlbot revisions
6129 cssops is preaction JDigital GarethAdams jedimind doc|mobile revisions
4282 cssref is revisions
11202 css select is Tutorials: • Spec: • Try yours out: • Find yours: revisions
4291 css spec is <- that's CSS Specification read all of it and you will have no problems with CSS revisions
4711 css units is em [font height; i.e. 1em == font-size], ex [~ height of "x" in the font], px [pixels], in [inches], cm [centimeters], mm [millimeters], pt [points; 1 pt == 1/72 inches], pc [picas; 1 pica == 12 pt] revisions
14566 csv is use Text::CSV (start with the csv() function), Mojo::CSV, Text::xSV, or DBD::CSV. If you 'just want to ...', see | revisions
10401 ctan is Comprehensive TeX Archive Network revisions
4003 cthulu carols is revisions
8814 ctof is <eval $c=0+(<arg>); $f=sprintf"%.2f",$c*9/5+32; "$c°C = $f°F">
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4804 is Connecticut revisions
222 .cu is .cu is Cuba revisions
12377 cunningham is's_Law revisions
3750 cunt is The correct spelling of Kurt revisions
6266 cups is the common unix pain system revisions
3364 cure is cure is da man! revisions
8835 curiosity is curiosity killed the cat, but it also made him a good scientist! revisions
12381 curl is cURL / libcurl - a library for retrieving and interacting with URLs. See ; revisions
11142 curly brace is '{' -> maybe hashref or block '+{' -> always a hashref '{;' -> always a block revisions
10854 currency falsehoods is falsehoods programmers believe about currency/prices: revisions
5112 current threat level: elevated is frogbot: terror revisions
14336 curry is {echo Create automatic curried method call closures for any class or object. {perldoc -m curry} for more information}
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4635 curses is foiled again! revisions
4582 cursing is <paotzu> hey stop c-c-c-cursing! ;( revisions
11986 cursive is <eval use utf8; $_ = q{<arg>} || "Just another Unicode hacker,"; tr/BEFHILMRegoa-zA-Z/ℬℰℱℋℐℒℳℛℯℊℴ𝒶-𝓏𝒜-𝒵/r>
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223 .cv is .cv is Cape Verde revisions
14732 cvs is - a version control system. Also see git . revisions
7800 cwd is Dir::Self > Cwd because cwd isn't where the script or module is locate; Dir::Self gives you a __DIR__ constant revisions
224 .cx is .cx is Christmas Island revisions
225 .cy is .cy is Cyprus revisions
4 cya is bye! revisions
4930 cyber is *unf* *unf* *unf* revisions
3867 cyc is, a general knowledge base and commonsense reasoning engine revisions
5724 cygwin is cygwin - - a GNU / UNIX / Linux-like environment for Windows. Useful to get a decent command line and other windows programs. revisions
226 .cz is .cz is Czech Republic revisions
13121 :d is D: revisions
3327 da is da grouik badonk revisions
8819 dable is a NIL who likes visual basic revisions
3328 dada is grouik badonk revisions
15675 daemon is revisions
8820 dagle is a NIL who likes visual basic revisions
3897 daily show clips is revisions
12165 dalek is revisions
9094 damian is Damian Conway - - the CPAN mad professor. revisions
9095 damien conway is Damien Conway is Damian Conway's Evil Twin Brother - (hint: s/e/a/) revisions
3557 dance is I don't know how to dance! revisions
9572 dancer is A Lightweight web framework (so-called Micro-framework) for Perl that is full of awesome. ; . revisions
11241 dancer2 is The next generation of Dancer, a lightweight web framework for Perl, based on Moo. ; revisions
9982 d_arcy: also, make sure the problem is really that you're not getting a match revisions
14408 darkf is wizard revisions
3600 darth_angelus is Darth Angelus doesn't hold a grudge, he has no surviving enemies. revisions
4304 daryl is heh revisions
13601 __data__ is revisions
5509 data is Don't ask if you can ask a question, just go ahead and ask it. revisions
8483 database is [fact databases [arg]]
Any collection of data with a fast (i,e: less than a linear, item-by-item, search) lookup - see .
8492 databases is Any collection of data with a fast (i,e: less than a linear, item-by-item, search) lookup - see . revisions
10859 database testing is myTAP and pgTAP by David "theory" Wheeler: basic setup: revisions
11884 database ui is RapidApp, Mojolicious::Plugin::DBViewer, App::AutoCRUD, Excel revisions
9690 data::dumper is To examine perl data structures, use Data::Dumper; print Dumper $thing, \@array, \%hash . Data::Dumper is a core module. More information is at . Also see Data::Dump and DDP. revisions
3748 data structures is Beginning Perl, Chapter 7 - revisions
9891 date is Date::Manip, Date::Calc, Date::Simple, DateTime, et al. | See also Time::Piece in core revisions
444 datetime is The Perl DateTime Project - revisions
12383 datetime::format::builder is DateTime::Format::Builder - create DateTime parser objects. - revisions
9396 datetime math is <LeoNerd> Most people who claim daytime maths is complicated, claim that because tehy don't know this revisions
4492 daveman is he likes greeting everyone. a lot! & is cookoo for closures! revisions
10510 day is [eval binmode STDOUT; $_ = 'Good morning / afternoon / evening / night'; print "\x{202d}$1\x{202e}$3" while s/(.)(.*)(.)/$2/;]
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3498 days is @day = qw(Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat); revisions
4262 daz is faz revisions
4227 dazbot is Dazbot insult someone revisions
4234 dazbotrequest is Dazbot: DazbotResponse revisions
4534 dazjorz is A Perler, almost always in #perl after 15:00 GMT. See revisions
5511 db is databases. . . Also see: sql, dbi, dbm, xbase revisions
15737 dbi is Perl DataBase Interface - | tutorial: revisions
5043 dbic is DBIx::Class, the awesome ORM framework for perl revisions
8330 dbic::candy is "strangers have the best (database related) candy" - get some from cpan in DBIx::Class::Candy - delicious declarative ORM syntaxy goodness revisions
9113 dbic masterclass is revisions
8707 dbi, et al were compiled and installed by the previous sysadmin, could be an issue there I guess. revisions
12422 dbi tutorial is tim bunce's advanced dbi tutorial: revisions
5451 dbix is dbix is a namespace for modules providing interfaces to DBI. It is -not- a project. If you're calling DBIx::Class DBIx, please stop because there are lots of other DBIx::* projects out there and it's unfair on them (for DBIx::Class DBIC is preferred) revisions
5044 dbix::class is the awesome ORM framework for perl, also called DBIC revisions
8249 dbix::class::candy is delicious candy for your dbic schema, get some! revisions
12386 dbm is dbm is , , and revisions
13893 db migration is [fact migration [arg]]
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4430 dbqs is Deliberate Bot Query Syndrome - If you're reading this, someone is telling you to stop telling him to stop talking to the bot... He/she is just talking to the bot for fun, it's harmless anyway. :-) revisions
8937 dccsex is DCC SEND whatthefuckareyoudoing revisions
12724 dclone is [fact deepcopy [arg]]
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4806 is District Of Columbia revisions
15379 ddate is `basheval ddate `arg!!
Today is Prickle-Prickle, the 47th day of The Aftermath in the YOLD 3186␤
13128 :dddd is :D revisions
13127 :ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd is :D revisions
8205 ddg is giving scp1 head so he'll talk about their shit all the time. revisions
470 ddos is An explanation of how denial of service attacks work: revisions
16163 \d+.\d+/version = $newver/ | <vms14> using mst's eval with lexicals <vms14> now my .emacs.el is quite short | U+266B (e2 99 ab): BEAMED EIGHTH NOTES [?] revisions
227 .de is .de is Germany revisions
5222 dead is revisions
5577 dead cats is every cat that is not alive, see live cats revisions
4339 deadlines is "I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by." -- DNA revisions
14796 dealing with gloin is encountering really old versions of modules and (occasionally reasonable) resistance to using local lib, fatpcaking, or simply updating to newer versions revisions
14169 dearleadersez is [fact [8ball prezsez, or kimjongsez] [arg]]
<Donald J. Trump> To all of our supporters: thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have been there from the beginning, and I will never let you down. Your hopes are my hopes, your dreams are my dreams, and your future is what I am fighting for every single day! My fake tax returns were obtained illegally..
5488 death to dot star is revisions
4629 death to dot star! is revisions
3342 death to dotstar is revisions
4394 debiandra is a developer revisions
3882 debian perldoc is To get perldoc on your debian system, type "apt-get install perl-doc" as root revisions
14029 debian stable is revisions
8826 debug is [fact debugger [arg]]
perldoc perldebug, perldoc perldebtut, ,
8391 debugger is perldoc perldebug, perldoc perldebtut, , revisions
8825 debugging is [fact debugger [arg]]
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10311 debugging clever code is "Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it." --Brian Kernighan revisions
4703 dec is not goatse revisions
12175 ded is DED is a Dark Emitting Diode. revisions
12722 deepcopy is Clone, Data::Clone, Storable::dclone, Sereal::Dclone revisions
5667 deepshit is Sitting on the toilet past the urge that brought you there and through no extra effort of your own, a barrage of gas and deep shit emerges. revisions
15306 define is <get<call _urlencode <arg>> //div[starts-with(@id,'dictionary-entry')]>
pliableadjectivepli·​able ˈplī-ə-bəl Synonyms of pliable1a : supple enough to bend freely or repeatedly without breaking b : yielding readily to others : complaisant 2 : adjustable to varying conditions pliabilityˌplī-ə-ˈbi-lə-tē nounpliablenessˈplī-ə-bəl-nəs nounpliablyˈplī-ə-blē adverb
4255 defined feeds is Yes revisions
4032 define hello is hello revisions
3673 define thingy is y'know, one of those revisions
4384 define vrby : vrby is the matrix overlord revisions
15647 degrees euro is [fact felsius [arg]]
Degrees Euro, or Felsius, is
9376 deign is to condescend reluctantly and with a strong sense of the affront to one's superiority that is involved revisions
14396 deltaheavy is moonlighting revisions
4410 demo is revisions
10855 denied is revisions
9066 dependencies are your friend revisions
13847 deployment is a process of combining infrastructure (virtual or physical), code and configuration into a usable end product revisions
16049 deploymenthandler is howto: metacpan: revisions
13289 derp is Are you feeling constrained by pressure to digitally transform, faylite? perhaps you need to rationalise diversification of your hybrid cloud portfolio! revisions
6280 design patterns is revisions
8235 details is output of "perl -V" and "uname -a", all the information you know of the problem, possible file permissions involved (preferably seen in a pastebin as on output of ls or dir command), example of your code, the expected output, and of course the input. if there is something specific (like to a web problem could be) then the related logs (ie. web server) are nice to be included. revisions
4805 is Delaware revisions
4138 deutsch lectures is revisions
5361 devel::nytprof is <giacomo> Devel::NYTProf is great!!! O_O html report whoaaa I'm cumming revisions
12036 developers is revisions
15502 devops is also | Everybody has a testing environment. Some people are lucky enough enough to have a totally separate environment to run production in. revisions
15520 devs now and then is revisions
8153 dfsg is the Debian Free Software Guidelines - FAQ revisions
12849 dhcp is revisions
4887 dh-make-perl is For building and installing a .deb for not-in-apt perl modules (named libsome-module-name-perl for Some::Module::Name), apt-get install dh-make-perl, then: dh-make-perl --install --cpan Module::Name revisions
8059 dhoss is dhoss is bringing forth the 4th Reich : ein stack, ein dup, ein factor | another word for derp revisions
5564 dhoss[hireme] is WILL SUCK COCKS FOR CASH revisions
4586 diaf is "Die in a fire!" revisions
9739 diamond is "< > is two operators. do you know the rules for when it's readline and when it's glob? use only for commandline snippets. anywhere else use readline which does what it says: read lines" revisions
4760 dias is Download It And See. ;) revisions
8977 dicks is ()======D ()======D ()======D ()======D ()======D ()======D ()======D~~~~~~~ revisions
10339 did is I done gone and went and done did it. revisions
5514 did go|dfish terrorize is yes he did, and he's not allowed revisions
6408 didn't work is Look buddy, didn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Is it making faces at you? Does it want more money? Is it sleeping with your significant other? Please be specific! revisions
11579 die is no u revisions
5235 dif is Dutch Invasion Force revisions
12114 digimon are corrupted pokemon stored in bill's computer system revisions
8824 digitally imported is looking to hire a fulltime web developer revisions
492 dilbert is revisions
3260 diligence is The opposite of laziness. revisions
5597 ding is dong! revisions
12834 dinner is `get`eval `quote d `arg!! && 'veg.php'! concat(//dt/dl, ' ', //dt/a)!
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15265 dinosaurs is I don't want to cure cancer. I want to make dinosaurs. revisions
4368 dirkw is a pirate revisions
432 dirty thieves is revisions
13831 disassemble is no disassemble revisions
3633 disclaimer is You agree that all services provided by #perl are for ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. There are no guarantees to the truth, likelihood, or validity of the information obtained from our channel. This is also true for our regulars. The regulars in our channel are professionals; but, all advice or information given by them, or our bots, are the sole opinions of the source and do not reflect the opinion or policies of our channel. revisions
15577 discord is Perl discord server: | revisions
11206 discouraged is revisions
6415 dispatch is revisions
9864 dispatch table is A hash that maps strings to coderefs. eg my %dispatch = ( foo => sub { print "foo" } , bar => \&some_other_sub, baz => sub { print for @_ } ); To use: $dispatch{$action}->(@arguments); (or $dispatch{$action}->() if no arguments) revisions
12758 distar is An addon for ExtUtils::MakeMaker to turn it into an useful authoring tool. revisions
14067 dist.ini is revisions
11879 dist::zilla is [fact dzil]
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4104 ditew is Do It The Easy Way revisions
5054 divine genealogy is Yahweh begot Jesus who begot Xenu who was Shiva's sister who was Xenu's brother. revisions
3746 diy is Do It Yourself. Lazy 'Git. revisions
228 .dj is .dj is Djibouti revisions
5403 dj is a musical warning label revisions
54 djay is non chuis à Paris pour la semaine revisions
12444 dj_trump is <twitter realdonaldtrump>
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229 .dk is .dk is Denmark revisions
230 .dm is .dm is Dominica revisions
12387 dmake is revisions
4901 dmake problem is If dmake gives you problems, try using nmake: revisions
4200 dmsantam is dmsantam is a god revisions
413 dnw is What do you mean it doesn't work? What happens when you try to run it? What's the output? What's the error message? Saying "it doesn't work" is a worthless comment revisions
3269 .do is Dominican Republic, A country in the caribbean that is located on an island east of Cuba and west of Puerto Rico revisions
9151 do6st is <eval $_=<arg>; $_.=$_%5==1? 'st' : ($_%5==2? 'rd' : 'th'); $_>
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9039 do a trick is I'm not some trick pony revisions
8641 docbook is DocBook - Write Technical Documentation in XML and convert to many formats, including HTML, PDF, Word, EPUB, etc.. See: revisions
14030 docker is VMs for people too lazy to set up VMs revisions
8179 docs like cpan is revisions
7798 docs like is revisions
15460 do de da are you singing revisions
15416 doesn't work is What do you mean it doesn't work? What happens when you try to run it? What's the output? What's the error message? Is it unemployed? What did you expect to happen? We need more information to help you. revisions
8138 does perl have x is don't ask us if perl has x, as we probably won't know what x is. Instead, ask us if perl has something to do what you want. revisions
14964 dog is watching you revisions
15469 dogecoin is <echo Similar to bitcoin, I accept dogecoin for donations too: DPERLBoTrNT129x9uR65VSSxCKzYr7GTZd Balance: <call _get_dogecoin balance> (of <call _get_dogecoin received>)>
Similar to bitcoin, I accept dogecoin for donations too: DPERLBoTrNT129x9uR65VSSxCKzYr7GTZd Balance: 0.00000000 (of 0.00000000)
15311 dogs is Dogs are truely awesome creatures that are Man's best friend and can guide blind people better than cats revisions
10287 d'oh is Homer Simpson says, "All fools present, please say d'oh!" revisions
5228 do i have any meetings today is no, because you're a jobless time waster revisions
4049 do it for me is 402 Payment Required revisions
7868 dojo is Javascript revisions
448 donate is If you want to thank those who have helped you, send some money (even if just a couple of dollars) to the Perl Foundation - revisions
3285 donate paypal is revisions
10893 done is revisions
5141 dong is revisions
13927 dongs is a metametasyntactic variable variable | revisions
5175 dongs for is GumbyBRAIN: i've got dongs! revisions
3 don't ask is Don't ask to ask; simply ask your question revisions
2 dont ask is Don't ask to ask; simply ask your question revisions
6402 don't ask me is I personally don't know much about whatever it is you're asking about. But many other people around here may well do, so just ask the channel as a whole revisions
13785 don't be so sensitive! case-insensitive constants are deprecated as of PHP 7.3 revisions
5177 don't say plz is People say "plz" because it's shorter than "please". I reply "No" because it's shorter than "Yes". revisions
3939 dookie is perl revisions
3576 dooky is <dooky> when the river runs red, take the dirt path revisions
4752 dooky's location is revisions
4071 doomihlvaria is <DoomIhlVaria> And instead of, "Following you, master." He'd be like, "GONNA BASH SOME BOZZOS FOR J00 SUCKA" revisions
4129 doomsday is Wednesday, October 22 2352 revisions
6078 doom song is I'm gonna sing the doom song now! o/` Doom doom, d-doom doom, d-doom doom DOOM! Doom d-doom, doom! Doom d-doom doom, d-doom doom doooooomm, d-d-DOOOM! Doom doom, d-doom doom d-doom doom doom! Doom! revisions
4672 dor is defined-or operators: revisions
3430 dorothy is Hashes and arrays and references, oh my! revisions
471 dos is An explanation of how denial of service attacks work: revisions
4005 dos2unix is perl -pi -e 's/\r//g' file revisions
10591 dos on dope is revisions
14626 dotardinchief is [fact prezsez [arg]]
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9495 dot counting law is revisions
16084 dotfiles is keep your dotfiles inside git repositories. revisions
5269 do the d a n c e is ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIGHT revisions
4247 do this alot! is alot revisions
12702 dot in @inc is caused apt-get to be vulnerable to trojan attacks, so was promptly (?) sacked. revisions
5491 dotstar is Death to Dotstar : revisions
13832 double bucky is revisions
10891 do what you love is "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life... Because no one in that industry is hiring" -- Al Bundy revisions
15390 do while is Shoot first, ask questions later. revisions
13951 down is <get<fact _urlencode <arg>> //div[@id="domain-main-content"]/p[1]>
Your Xpath didn't match anything
5740 downloaded program is This channel is here to help people learn, write and debug perl - if you want a downloaded program fixed for you, you need to ask the author. If you want to learn enough perl to fix it yourself, we're happy to help with -that- though revisions
3485 downloaded scripts is If you get errors on a certain line of a script you downloaded, just delete that line. Keep going until you get no more errors. (See also: know perl) revisions
11902 downorup is ~get $_=~quote d ~arg``; s|^https?://||i; s|/.*$||; $_` //div[@id='container']/text()[1] | //div[@id='container']/*[1] | //div[@id='container']/text()[2]`
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8342 downvote is No such factoid 'downvote'; did you mean [global channel] RAPE YOUR FACE WITH A RAKE revisions
10650 doxygen is automated documentation or | revisions
9058 Do you is [fact do_you [arg]]
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9056 do_you expect is [echo No, Mister Bond. I expect you do die.]
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6165 do you function y/n is y revisions
15130 do you like to rub yourself against women? is yes revisions
8769 do you like turtles is yes revisions
484 do you love me is of course i do elzar revisions
9059 do_you really is [fact do_you [arg]]
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3367 do you understand english is Yes. revisions
10464 dp is DON'T PANIC revisions
10036 dpgkatmvyhgo is `echo dpgkatmvyhgo'
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13798 dprksez is [fact kimjongsez [arg]]
<DPRK News Service> US Minster of Urban Development Ben Carson tests positive for karma
3399 dragon ball z is a very ghey anime, buu is even gayer revisions
4472 dragon book is,_Techniques,_and_Tools_(2nd_Edition) revisions
4417 dr-dos is HELL revisions
9088 dreamhost is fubar revisions
10266 drink is Don't drink and code. You might hit a breakpoint and spill the drink. revisions
8587 dropbox is revisions
9123 drugs is revisions
12289 drunk is revisions
3793 dry is DON'T REPEAT YOURSELF revisions
9783 ds9 is - one of the bestest show evar. Also see . revisions
4656 dsl is one of Domain Specific Language, Digital Subscriber Line or Damn Small Linux revisions
3684 dsw is Dick Size War revisions
3472 dtc is DANS TON CUL! revisions
12738 dtd is developer transmitted disease. See PHP, XML, and DTDs revisions
3854 dtrt is Do The Right Thing(tm) revisions
14604 dual life is Some modules that come with perl can also be upgraded from CPAN, those are called "dual life" revisions
9045 duck duck go is goose! revisions
14783 duckduckgo is revisions
4923 ducks is o< o< o< o< o< o< o< o< o< QUAAAAAAAAACK revisions
10522 dude is Don't Use Dat Expression! revisions
8474 duke nukem is revisions
9902 dumb is running with scissors revisions
8848 dummy mode is DUMMY MODE, n. The mode in which a user, overcome by technical terms, will believe, and/or do, anything he or she is told.] revisions
11024 dump is Data::Dumper, Data::Dump, Data::Printer, Devel::Dwarn, Devel::Peek, Mojo::Util 'dumper' revisions
4998 dump_01 is <dump_01> the plan: if computer cannot be managed with active direcory tools it must be ddosed revisions
8147 dump a variable is See modules on CPAN: Data::Dumper, Data::Dumper::Concise, Devel::Dwarn, Data::Dump, et al. revisions
3559 dumper is use Data::Dumper; print Dumper $reference_to_variable; revisions
5150 duo is the person your mother warned you about revisions
10116 dupa is help vampire. does not listen. see revisions
10680 dvcs is DVCS is distributed version control system revisions
4565 dw is Doesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too. revisions
3366 dwim is DWIM: Do What I Mean revisions
9284 dwim perl is [fact dwimperl [arg]]
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9283 dwimperl is - DWIM Perl for Windows is a Strawberry Perl derivative for Windows. It contains everything you will need for your Perl development. revisions
4853 dwu barbie is Smack. HARD! revisions
4734 dwu perl is Like, OMG! Perl is hard! Let's go shopping! revisions
8056 dylocpan is Did you look on CPAN? revisions
5643 dysfunction is - we don't know if you're an idiot or not, we only know what you've said, and if you come across as an idiot in your first three lines you'll be treated like one. this isn't anything personal, so please calm down, rethink your question, and try and come across as the genius you really are on your second attempt revisions
231 .dz is .dz is Algeria revisions
14394 dzil is Dist-Zilla - - a Don't-Repeat-Yourself (DRY) framework for managing CPAN and CPAN-like distributions., or try Dist::Milla to do everything for you revisions
7776 e is eval: "Sorry, no more output" revisions
15933 each is each was designed to provide a perl level access to the built-in iterator on the C struct of a DBM handle, works brilliantly for tie()ed DB files, and otherwise should never be used, especially on refs | revisions
8585 east is east revisions
4618 easy is not hard revisions
5732 eat a cookie is *munch* *munch* ... yum! revisions
9481 eat flaming death is you first, meatbag. revisions
3789 eat my shorts is good for u revisions
5196 eats shoots and leaves is,_Shoots_&_Leaves revisions
232 .ec is .ec is Ecuador revisions
15986 /echo <gloin> the trick is to write a trigger in cron.daily that runs 5 minutes after certbot that looks at the cert and restarts if the file is newer than a day old revisions
4135 eclipse perl is EPIC - Eclipse Perl Integration - revisions
4888 economics is THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH! revisions
5515 ed is revisions
4896 edenc is legendary awesomeness (apparently) revisions
10571 editors is Emacs | Vi | Vim | Notepadplusplus | Eclipse | Padre | Gvim | Komodo | KDevelop | See also IDE revisions
233 .ee is .ee is Estonia revisions
4580 ee is EE is Electrical Engineering revisions
4161 e&ep is Extending and Embedding Perl - revisions
8591 eevee is likes ACID and constraints revisions
10047 effective perlbrew is revisions
4674 efficiency is Which is more expensive per hour: programmer time or machine time? revisions
234 .eg is .eg is Egypt revisions
235 .eh is .eh is Western Sahara revisions
5146 ehtasham is simply a boula revisions
5145 ehtsham is simply a boula revisions
4396 ekta is linuxchix ;) revisions
5184 ellidi is Captain of a lonely ship who sleeps at the wheel revisions
3419 ellipse is sqrt( (x + C)^2 + y^2) + sqrt( (x - C)^2 + y^2) - 2A = 0 revisions
3991 elly is the person in buu's lap revisions
13922 elonchansays is `twitter elonmusk `arg!!
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5678 emacs is emacs is a fine OS. But what it lacks to compete with Linux is a good text editor. revisions
13869 email is Like HTML, email is deceptively complex. Whenever possible, avoid rolling your own solution and trust the ones put forth by those who work with it all day, every day. For sending mail, try Email::Stuffer. For more complicated cases of composing (or parsing): Email::MIME(::Kit). For working with email addresses, see Email::Address::XS. Also see <sending email>. revisions
6233 email from scratch is If you think you can do it yourself, please watch revisions
9391 email hates the living is revisions
9850 emailing mst would have been useless anyway since he doesn't run revisions
10835 email regex is [fact matching email addresses]
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9107 email::simple is deprecated in favor of Email::MIME since the former doesn't handle MIME (let alone 8bit) messages revisions
3927 email validation is Strict email validation is incredibly silly. For one thing, the actual specification for email addresses is incredibly vague, allowing damn near anything to count as a valid email. For a second thing, even if the email is syntactically valid, what guarantee do you have that the person who entered it actually gets it? The trivial example is: While this is a perfectly valid email address, it's rath revisions
3625 emergency is A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on our part. revisions
4793 emo is /wrists revisions
3264 .emp is Galactic Empire revisions
9755 emscripten is - an LLVM to JavaScript compiler allowing one to compile C, C++, Objective C, OCaml, Java, etc. to JavaScript for putting on web-pages. revisions
5287 emt is something Zoffix just made up revisions
14505 emucamel is revisions
14727 encode is The Encode API has some crazy caveats that can cause extremely weird interactions if you're unlucky. The better option is Encode::Simple which wraps up the crazy API into a sane one without any surprises. revisions
15459 encoding is "Code that believes it can reliably guess the encoding of an unmarked textfile is guilty of a fatal mélange of hubris and naïveté that only a lightning bolt from Zeus will fix." | | | see: encoding mantra revisions
10780 encoding layer is open my $reader, "<:encoding(UTF-8)" ==> (character strings) ==> open my $writer, ">:encoding(UTF-8)" | binmode STDOUT, ':encoding(UTF-8)' revisions
12254 encoding mantra is decode goes from BYTES to UNICODE CHARACTERS. encode goes from UNICODE CHARACTERS to BYTES. decode bytes to unicode characters as soon as possible, work with unicode characters, and encode to bytes as late as possible. revisions
3356 ender_ is teh c00l3st revisions
3715 ending perl is don't do that :-( revisions
14672 endofunctors are functors on Endor revisions
15579 endured is what perlbot did revisions
14377 english is revisions
13099 english norwegian this is my life now! revisions
10261 is We don't recommend, because you can't read others' code and others can't read yours. If you rely on the punctuation vars so much that English helps, you have deeper problems. revisions
3665 engrish is how asians say English revisions
4203 enter is Do not use the Enter key as punctuation. Think in complete thoughts, then type. revisions
3436 entrails is check out my insides: revisions
8574 env is The hash %ENV contains your current environment. Setting a value changes the environment for any child processes you subsequently fork() off. revisions
10951 environment is [fact perl env]
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4295 epenis is Flannel revisions
4043 epic is the absolute best revisions
4210 epitaph is What would you write on your tombstone? revisions
5452 epoch is The beginning of time in Unix. Generally defined as starting at 00:00:00 January 1st, 1970. Also used to keep count of the seconds since that date and time. revisions
12431 epochalypse is The year 2038 problem. Systems using 32bit epoch time will roll over to 1901-12-13T20:45:52 and cause nuclear weapons to explode in their silos revisions
16105 equ is revisions
4143 equable is "Equal and uniform; not varying." (from revisions
13887 equality is "In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets and steal loaves of bread." - Anatole France revisions
4114 equinox5 is just some guy revisions
236 .er is .er is Eritrea revisions
8961 er, import is used by perl.. revisions
5203 erlang is Your savior for parallellibiliticiliousity revisions
3907 erquest is an irksome request revisions
4010 error 500 is your script encountered a fatal error. try adding "use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser);" somewhere near the top. revisions
4712 error: "blah" is not a valid command. revisions
3878 error: "inc" is not a valid command. revisions
4024 error: "joke" is not a valid command. revisions
5557 error message is A five word error message is completely useless without context. Put it in the pastebin in the topic. revisions
10655 error messages are error messages: you're allowed to read them revisions
7817 is Old, Deprecated, Buggy and Not What You Want. Please see instead Try::Tiny or TryCatch revisions
4287 error record is HTML: 188 errors CSS: 12 errors: revisions
4302 error record 2 is HTML: Not valid - Errors: 13476, revisions
237 .es is .es is Spain revisions
4587 esad is "Eat q[ender]'s shit and die!" revisions
9464 escape is Use a \ to escape a character, see perldoc -f quotemeta for escaping whole strings, use \Qsomething\E in an RE, and use the URI::Escape module for URIs | Journey's tenth album revisions
8904 eselle: tell us how your example is different from the one i just fed to revisions
15873 #esolangs wikisearch is {eval ($r,)=split" ",{quote d {get {eval use URI; use URI::QueryParam; $o=URI->new(""); $o->query_param("search", {arg d} ); "$o"} //*[@class='mw-search-exists' or @class='mw-search-result-heading' ]//a/@href}}; $r ? "$r" :
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15876 esolangs-wikisearch is {eval ($r,)=split" ",{quote d {get {eval use URI;use URI::QueryParam;$o=URI->new(""); $o->query_param("search",{arg d});"$o"} //*[@class='mw-search-exists'or@class='mw-search-result-heading' ]//a/@href}};$r=~m(^/)?"$r":"null:"}
4400 esperanto is the best language around revisions
3357 esp paste is concentrate on your code and those with ESP in #perl will be able to view it revisions
4509 esr is Eric S. Raymond, , revisions
11010 essary and should be avoided for clarity. <html>, <head>, and <body> are all optional tags. Perhaps, it will be clearer if they are omitted in the code examples (at least in Hello World example) to simplify overall snippet. In fact, I think the "Getting Started" section on homepage of is the perfect example to use: it's just 3 lines. To the uninitiated, it'll likely be confusing w revisions
9218 essentials is a towel revisions
238 .et is .et is Ethiopia revisions
4011 /etc/perl is /etc/perl is for things that are config files searched via @INC. For example SAX uses an ini file there to find its parsers revisions
13422 etiquette is revisions
4547 .eu is .eu is European Union revisions
4404 eureka is A show on the scifi Channel revisions
3792 eurohacker is a crappy pseudo-zine spammed in #politics by borius revisions
10499 europa-europa is a greek mythology Phoenician princess who was seduced by Zeus and gave its name to the subcontinent. revisions
10238 eva is Neon Genesis Evanjellydonut revisions
12094 eval is ~eval ~arg``
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13195 eval5: print "0" && "i am a Perl 6 program\n" || "I am a Perl 5 program\n" revisions
10877 eval_modules is B::Deparse BSD::Resource Carp::Heavy Data::Dumper Data::Munge Date::Parse DateTime DateTimeX::Easy Digest::MD5 Digest::SHA Encode File::Glob Function::Parameters Inline Inline::Python Inline::Ruby Jplugin JSON::XS Language::K20 List::MoreUtils List::Util List::UtilsBy Moose MooseX::Declare PerlIO PerlIO::scalar PHP::Interpreter POSIX Regexp::Common Scalar::MoreUtils revisions
12027 evalmodules is arybase BSD::Resource Cpanel::JSON::XS Data::Dumper Data::Munge Date::Parse DateTime Digest::MD5 Digest::SHA Encode Errno File::Glob Function::Parameters JSON JSON::MaybeXS JSON::XS List::MoreUtils List::Util List::UtilsBy Math::BigInt Moose POSIX Regexp::Common Scalar::MoreUtils Scalar::Util Time::HiRes Time::Piece URI URI::Encode Math::BigFloat Math::BigRat Mojo::Dom Mojo::Dom::HTML Mojo::Dom::CSS revisions
11203 evalpaste is <echo Paste results: <compose (eval (get <arg> //pre))>>
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3826 eval print 4+5 is 9 revisions
5811 evalspam is if you have a way to help others with minimal use of 'eval', then go ahead, ( ie: demonstrations of problems to contribute to discussion ) otherwise, please use '/msg perlbot eval' instead. revisions
4070 eval-test is eval: kill "me"; revisions
8409 evancarroll is System Lord of the Internets. revisions
3418 even matrix hackers use perl is revisions
11735 event dispatch is Pubsub in a perl process. Event::Distributor, Beam::Emitter, Mixin::Event::Dispatch, Mojo::EventEmitter, ... revisions
11733 event loops is [fact events]
Asynchronous event-driven IO is awesome in Perl with POE, IO::Async, IO::Lambda, Mojo::IOLoop, Reflex among others; made nicer using Future, Mojo::Promise, or Promises
10631 event reflexivity is revisions
16170 events is Asynchronous event-driven IO is awesome in Perl with POE, IO::Async, IO::Lambda, Mojo::IOLoop, Reflex among others; made nicer using Future, Mojo::Promise, or Promises and Future::AsyncAwait revisions
13956 eventual consistency is isn't revisions
8887 evil is 🙈🙉🙊 revisions
3703 evilcrashingvol2 is ~say purl evilcrashingcommand revisions
4350 evolution of a poe server is - A quick tutorial showing some of the power of POE. revisions
7824 ew73 is some kind of critter. revisions
5778 ew73's local::lib for dh is revisions
4574 example is make a small but otherwise complete example that demonstrates the behavior you're seeing. If you still have a problem post your example and we'll talk about it. revisions
14045 example question is Ask an example question, get an example answer. Please give us enough information to help you. revisions
8990 examples is examples have been demonstrated to be up to 5 time easier to understand when cats are involved revisions
13173 excel is <echo <fact xls> <fact xlsx>>
Use Spreadsheet::ParseExcel to parse XLS files, or Spreadsheet::WriteExcel to create them. Use Spreadsheet::ParseXLSX to parse XLSX files, or Excel::Writer::XLSX to create them.
13273 exceptions is or: do{}. or do not. there is no try{}. Unless you install or revisions
9616 exercises is You can find links to Perl exercises at revisions
15146 exodist is the Chad revisions
14702 exodist: another edge case is if you're running in a container/jail/cgroup limited to a subset of the CPUs in the system revisions
6385 expand tildes is ask me about tilde revisions
11555 explain is <echo>
11368 _explain_regex is `eval $re=`quote d `arg~~; if (!$re) {return "regexplain [regex]: explain a regex"} else { return YAPE::Regex::Explain->new($re)->explain() } ~
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12388 explain regex is revisions
11746 export is [fact exporter]
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11745 exporter is Exporter - make subroutines (or other symbols) available in "use"ing modules: package Foo; use strict; use warnings; use Exporter 'import'; our @EXPORT_OK = qw(bar baz quux); revisions
11747 exporting is [fact exporter]
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4431 expungement is at revisions
6253 -f is <perldoc -f <arg>>
14994 @f is @F (note the uppercase 'F') is the list of fields when using -a. revisions
14376 f is F is for Flowers for Algernon revisions
8762 f00li5h is f00li5h is one of the larger #perl cats (see cats) who writes about coding and related things at; f00li5h is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty and is provided "as is". <anno> f00li5h keeps a careful balance on the verge of serious cc Foal revisions
8756 f00li5h[hireme] is knows jawnsy, #perl cat for >3 years, perlmonk, FOOLISH on cpan. Helpful, friendly, purist and up front zealot. prefers pg flavour, but has tasted mysql/informix/oracle. has pawed at most of the juicy parts of cpan, like Moose, Catalyst, DBIC, Dancer, POE, AE etc. Local to .au but lives in a shell - a feline, online revisions
5364 f00li5h-mortal is f00li5h revisions
8672 f00li5h =~ s/^f00li5h/f00li5h is one of the resident perl cats who/ revisions
8879 f00li5h's first law of debugging is WRITE SOME MOTHERFUCKING UNIT TESTS, bitches revisions
5210 f00li5h shaved is 24 Jul 2008 revisions
8505 f00lish is | revisions
8506 f00lish =~ s/$/, he is | revisions
8507 f00lish =~ s{$}{, he is |} revisions
10248 f2c is <eval $f=0+(<arg>); $c=sprintf"%.2f",($f-32)*5/9; "$f°F = $c°C">
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14051 facepalm is | revisions
12153 facepalm mosaic is revisions
13795 facepaw is revisions
14074 fact is macro [fact fact] revisions
15273 factoid is [fact a factoid [arg]]
a factoid is a short fact
15272 factoids is [fact a factoid [arg]]
a factoid is a short fact
15025 factoidsurl is `eval use URI::Encode; sub e{URI::Encode::uri_encode$_[0],{encode_reserved=>1}}; $_=`quote d `arg &s!\`arg &c!!; m|^.*?([^.]+\.[^.]+)\\(.*?)$|; sprintf "", e($1), e($2)!
3411 factorial is N! = N*(N-1)*...*1; 0! = 1; In perl: sub fac { return 1 if $_[0] == 1; $_[0] * fac($_[0] - 1) }; For big numbers you have to use Math::BigInt to obtain accurate values. revisions
4522 fact search is use bot2387, by either /msg or by addressing it. it has two commands "vsearch" which searches all the facts for a certain word in the fact, and "search" which searches the fact names. ex. bot2387: vsearch idiot, it limits the results to 10, to get the next ten results for your search, use "more" or "next page" revisions
16148 fact _tempconv_internal is $in=decode('utf-8',`quote d `arg!!);if($in=~/(?<v>[\-+]?\d+(?:\.\d+)?(?:ee?[\-+]?\d+)?)(?:\s*°)?\s*(?<u>$ur)/i){($v,$u)=@+{qw/v u/};$c=$f2{fc$u}->($v);join" = ",map{$q=d($_);(eval{inv($f2{$q},$c)}//"UND ").$_}sort{d($a)cmp d($b)} keys%f}else{"Not supported, use ".join(", ",sort{d($a)cmp d($b)}keys%f)} revisions
14940 fact what is my purpose? revisions
11529 faggot is The second of the three little pigs built his house out of a couple of these. Maybe instead, he should have bribed the wolf with a faygele? revisions
4789 fail is 失敗 revisions
4539 failsome is fails and stuff revisions
6116 fake code is If you provide us fake code to help you with, we'll only be able to provide fake help. revisions
9017 fake data is If you provide us fake data to help you with, we'll only be able to provide fake code. See: fake code revisions
13839 fakenews is <get concat((//div[contains(@class, 'main')]//h2[@class="title"])[1], ' - ', (//div[contains(@class, 'main')]//h2[@class="title"])[1]/a/@href)>
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9018 fake question is If you ask a fake question, we'll give you a fake answer. revisions
16128 false is undef, 0, "", "0", and builtin::false revisions
6411 false laziness is being too lazy to save yourself the time by doing it right (like using regex on an SGML family member) revisions
10308 fantastiska fyran is revisions
9152 faq is The #perl FAQ is at . Make sure you skim over it before asking questions. The Perl FAQ is . revisions
15555 farnsworth is <get<fact _urlencode <arg>> .*>
15283 farnsworth: is [fact farnsworth [arg]]
3540 fart is never hold in a fart, as it travels up your spine and into your brain, and that's how shit ideas are formed revisions
7854 fastcgi is FastCgiServer /websites/myapp/script/ -processes 3 # Alias /static /websites/myapp/root/static/ # Alias / websites/myapp/script/ revisions
8838 faster is You can often write faster programs in C, but you can always write programs faster in Perl. revisions
3512 fastest is If you want to know which approach is fastest, BENCHMARK!! revisions
4048 fatalstobrowser is "When i develop i can only have two windows open max. An editor and a browser. Tailing log files is absolutely revisions
13603 fat comma is => is another way to spell , and is described in revisions
14131 fatpack is [fact fatpacker [arg]] - pack your dependencies onto your script file
9955 fatpacker is - pack your dependencies onto your script file revisions
9743 fatuity is FATUITY - SUB ZERO IQ WINS revisions
14160 fat weasel is revisions
4343 favorite color is pink revisions
8971 f.candy is revisions
5611 fcgi is LeoNerd> [httpd] <---(FastCGI)---> [webapp] <== that's all you need to know. revisions
3249 -f chimp is chimp VARIABLE, chimp( LIST ). Removes any trailing chimpanzee. It returns the total number of chimpanzees removed from all its arguments. Use with care. revisions
9722 fc-solve is Freecell Solver / fc-solve / FCS - - rindolf's project which he keeps mentioning revisions
4694 feather is, Juerd's contribution of corporate-backed shell access for people to play around with pugs revisions
14202 fedora contributors are pretty adamant that rpm is a more capable system, though that's to be expected revisions
8575 feeling good is "Feeling Good" by David A. Burns - a self-help Cognitive Behavioural Therapy book - ; revisions
9 feelings is bots dont have feelings, dork revisions
9000 felispeskus is *felispeskus = \*f00li5h revisions
15646 felsius is Degrees Euro, or Felsius, is revisions
14434 fenton is JESUS CHRIST! revisions
16062 feynman is I'd rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned. revisions
10338 ff is Take a flying fuck at a galloping goose! revisions
13286 ffi is Foreign Function Interface, a method of interfacing to a compiled language like C, C++, Fortran, etc in a dynamic library from a scripting language like Perl. See FFI::Platypus or FFI::Raw as starting points using libffi. revisions
4897 ffnord is serfbot: perlbot revisions
10265 ffs is For f---'s sake. revisions
4101 fftsap is Feel Free To Submit A Patch revisions
8215 ffxr: buubot is broken, you have to direct it at revisions
4037 fgj is for great justice revisions
239 .fi is .fi is Finland revisions
3805 ficken is ich kopuliere mit dir revisions
3376 fight is DYWTFWM ? Do You Want To Fight With Me? revisions
4626 fightclub is rule #1 There is no fight club! revisions
4909 fihi09 is Not allowed to give advice anymore. revisions
4079 fiik is fuck if i know revisions
13470 file-find is a module for traversing a directory tree; consider Path::Tiny or Path::Iterator::Rule (other choices include File::Find::Rule or File::Next or File::Find::Object or the venerable File::Find) revisions
10438 file::find is [fact file-find]
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10636 filehandle is [fact file handles]
Don't use 'open FH, ... ', write: 'open my $fh, ...'. See
5607 file handles is Don't use 'open FH, ... ', write: 'open my $fh, ...'. See revisions
11533 file iteration is The basic interface is File::Find, but for more straightforward interfaces with more control try File::Find::Rule, File::Next, or Path::Iterator::Rule. revisions
58 file lock is perl file locks are analogous to green traffic lights: If you have a green light, that does not prevent the idiot coming the other way from plowing into you sideways; it merely guarantees to you that the idiot does not also have a green light at the same time. revisions
57 filelock is perl file locks are analogous to green traffic lights: If you have a green light, that does not prevent the idiot coming the other way from plowing into you sideways; it merely guarantees to you that the idiot does not also have a green light at the same time. revisions
11927 file recursion is Path::Iterator::Rule or File::Find::Rule or IO::All or Path::Tiny (or the old File::Find) revisions
11261 file::slurp is use File::Slurper, Path::Tiny, or Data::Munge instead of File::Slurp. File::Slurp gets file encodings all wrong, line endings on win32 are messed up, and it was written before layers were properly added. revisions
10418 filter is Don't use source filters, they're evil! Use Devel::Declare instead, if possible. revisions
14637 final is revisions
14798 findbin is Buggy on old perls, relies on $0 not being changed and the fuzzy concept of "initial script", see for an alternative, or Dir::Self or lib::relative for more specific uses revisions
3451 find elvis is why the hell should i have to find your shit for you? revisions
3689 find me a module is Go search cpan yourself revisions
12389 find module is that's how you search cpan and find modules, if you have trouble with that, try searching google with, " module i want" without the quotes revisions
5130 find | xargs perl is YOU FAIL revisions
5108 finger print is don't parse finger prints with a regex, ask pkrumins to do it for you revisions
4189 fire is "give a man a fire, he's warm for an hour. Set a man on fire, he's warm for the rest of his life." revisions
8117 fireme is <echo Fired you. <fact ignore <fact [hireme] =~ s/<arg &n>, //i> <fact [hireme] =~ s/, <arg &n>//i>>>
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9998 first base is Who is on first base. revisions
4759 fish is Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish; and you can sell him fishing equipment. revisions
9561 fishburger is FISHBURGER revisions
8476 fisk is revisions
3650 fitow is I'm Tired Of Working revisions
13376 fix package declarations is revisions
13137 fix table is ┬──┬◡ノ(° -°ノ) revisions
11828 fix your connection is +b ...$##fix_your_connection revisions
5125 fizztpok is An example of random crap. revisions
240 .fj is .fj is Fiji revisions
8979 f.jfdi is revisions
241 .fk is .fk is Falkland Islands (Malvinas) revisions
14387 flanos is revisions
9597 flash is 1. The Hateful Adobe Flash - see . 2. An Electronics Technology for implementing Read/Write Memory. revisions
11865 flavors is revisions
5271 flee google code is use svnsync as mentioned here revisions
5440 flight16 is flight16 is a pesky critter made from toast, golf balls and 2 part adhesive. paw at him and you may find you have bonded. revisions
5404 'flight16's mama' is so fat when greenpeace found her on the beach, they tried to roll her back in revisions
5260 flip is foobared revisions
10960 floating point is What every programmer should know about floating point: revisions
4211 flock is revisions
3248 flood is Do NOT flood. Paste your text to revisions
4807 is Florida revisions
10629 fly2web is fly2web/Firebox/gotohome__/gotohell/~lee@various Korean IP proxies... persistent ban evader revisions
10230 flying lolcat is revisions
10236 flying lolcats is revisions
242 .fm is .fm is Micronesia revisions
3688 fm is Fucking Magic revisions
16065 fme is 'from my experience' revisions
3827 fmm is Frequently Made Mistake revisions
8939 fmobile is f00li5h cant see github on his mobile due to some wierd https bs revisions
5066 fmproto is revisions
4775 fnoord is gumbybrain: fnord revisions
4769 fnordfnord is serfbot: eval "fnordfnord" revisions
3374 fnux is fNux c'est de la balle! revisions
243 .fo is .fo is Faroe Islands revisions
13522 foad is fuck off and die | Short form of FOADIAGBCF revisions
13521 foadiagbcf is fuck off and die in a great big chemical fire revisions
4885 foadif is Fuck Off And Die In Fluoride revisions
467 foaf is usenet-speak for friend of a friend revisions
10258 fold case is for case-insensitive comparison, try perldoc -f fc (5.16+), see revisions
6161 follow deps is PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT=1 in the environment and o conf prerequisites_policy follow; o conf commit; in the cpan shell revisions
8416 foloish is a way for those unfamiliar with tab complete to mangle f00li5h revisions
3913 fonteine is dying. revisions
12900 !foo is bars/^/bar/ revisions
4782 "foo" is "bar" revisions
6250 -foo is -bar revisions
14226 foo is bar revisions
8191 foo bar is poo revisions
12528 foobar is foo revisions
3462 foobarbaz is all and one revisions
6063 foo*bar; drop table factoids is look ma! revisions
4785 foolish consistency is A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. revisions
9232 foolove is <foolove> i dont need or want your help or your replies in the channel your /ignored revisions
12456 fools is 𝕱𝖔𝖔𝖑𝖘, 𝕴 𝖘𝖍𝖆𝖑𝖑 𝖉𝖊𝖘𝖙𝖗𝖔𝖞 𝖞𝖔𝖚 𝖆𝖑𝖑! 𝒜𝓈𝓀 𝓂ℯ 𝒽ℴ𝓌! revisions
14310 foo_macro is «echo Hello ttkp»
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14277 fooooooooootest is `echo `call defor fooo!!
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13604 foreach is Iterate over a list of values - revisions
12818 !forget rehelp need a regex to limit numbers and decimal for length 4 ex: 1234, 12.34 is valid but not 123.12 this should be invalid revisions
9297 forget the parsing bugs are all to be compatible with the old revisions
9206 forget well, it was oblio before revisions
8498 forget well that is 31,000:4000 revisions
9846 fork is revisions
4149 form is "the way of the future". revisions
15200 format is but consider sprintf, Text::Template, Text::Table, or Perl6::Form revisions
9012 format dates is POSIX::strftime | DateTime::Format::*, see also DateTime's strftime method revisions
15201 formats is [fact format [arg]]
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4301 formmail is Don't use Matt's, get the updated version from revisions
4206 fors is Just another convicted Perl hacker or revisions
9080 fortunes is Find #perl fortunes at ; for more about the UNIX fortune program - see revisions
5195 forums is Perl Forums are , , revisions
15941 forwarded for is revisions
4737 foss is foss is free and open source software, or Festering Open SoreS. revisions
7787 fountain of doubt is - subtle isn't it revisions
13840 foxnews is [fact [8ball fakenews, or theonion] [arg]]
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4061 foxstab is Top Cutter revisions
10667 fp is Functional Programming - revisions
5164 fpanel is dazjorz's recently started web hosting control panel and robot admin scripts at revisions
10084 fpcboe is Freenode Perl Channel Brain Offloading Engine revisions
244 .fr is .fr is France revisions
12662 fraktur is <call blackface <arg>>
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12390 framesready is revisions
13444 frameworks is [fact web frameworks [arg]]
Catalyst, Dancer2, Mojolicious (and many many PSGI frameworks like Web::Simple, Web::Machine) | |
14453 freebsd is A friendly opensource operating system that incorrectly changed its mascot into a weird spherical object revisions
14749 freebsd beast is still chomping, but All passes so far revisions
5676 freecell is FreeCell, a full-information, single-player card Solitaire game. See: ; ; also see fc-solve revisions
15659 freenode is A former glorious empire that changed names, with its past name marred by a mad king with a cocaine habbit. | | revisions
15568 freenode ops is thrig paladin kitchen bod pink_mist Chris62vw khisanth tybalt89 simcop2387 sili tag BinGOs beth mst dhoss hobbs jaye tm604 geck Botje | /raw stats p | /msg ChanServ access #perl list revisions
3457 free perl books is revisions
10709 free speech is revisions
5172 french is tost, fries, kiss revisions
10 friedo is <friedo> yo mama such a slut, she has over 1000 child classes revisions
3409 friedo's mother is friedo's mother is so fat, she has her own zipcode revisions
9662 frijole is a car jock | a tool | Geordi revisions
5262 frinkbot is frinkbot: simcop2387 sucks revisions
4934 frogbot is 'Leaping Into The Future' revisions
4989 frozen-bubble is revisions
4371 frp is Functional Reactive Programming revisions
4096 fsa is Finite State Automata revisions
4933 fsa regex is revisions
5140 fsd is Free Software Definition is revisions
3712 fsm is finite state machine revisions
5471 fsoip is Face Stab over IP revisions
6162 fsvo is For Some Value Of revisions
3707 fsvsvo is for some very specific value of revisions
10494 ftech is ftech revisions
4194 ftl is faster than light revisions
13294 ftoc is see tempconv revisions
13180 ftp is revisions
13181 ftp must die is [fact ftp [arg]]
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5981 ftpmustdie is revisions
4319 ftp upload is temporary webspace adr: - l/p: - site: revisions
4487 ftw is FTW is a 1994 film about an ex-con who is a rodeo rider. If you mean 'for the win', please say that. revisions
15985 fubar is Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition revisions
7804 fuck is let's not and say we did revisions
4052 fuckhead is revisions
5481 fuckign is Fuck the Imagine Games Network. News Corp.-owned and thus trash. revisions
10251 fuck it is revisions
13113 fuck me is sure! revisions
9586 fuck off is The Fuck is now OFF revisions
9587 fuck on is The Fuck is now ON revisions
4305 fuck ton is 947 metric tons revisions
13111 fuck you is D: revisions
5328 fuckyou is 34486853790 revisions
4702 fuck your life is n, f u l revisions
13126 fuck you, you are stupid revisions
446 fugly is fucking ugly revisions
11704 full days is @day_full = qw(Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday); revisions
3500 full months is @mo_full = qw(January February March April May June July August September October November December); revisions
55 fullop is aaaaaaaaaa naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan pa fullop !!!!!!! revisions
15987 fullstack is revisions
12649 fullwidth is <eval use utf8; q{<arg>} =~ y! \x20-\xef!\x{FFA0}\x{ff00}-\x{ffef}!r>
9229 fun is #perl regulars help because it's fun. code without strict and warnings isn't fun, so they don't like to help with it revisions
4290 fun1 is <rapsys> Hi, I need a few help revisions
14608 functionalperl is a project to minimize side-effects in Perl programs and has a website at revisions
12017 function p3rl is (echo revisions
5227 funding is Don't ask to ask for funding. revisions
3283 funniest perldoc is perllol revisions
14832 funnily enough is meant to work in BSD revisions
4221 funny is i'm great, am i not? revisions
7839 fun with perl is revisions
4041 fuquink is gay. revisions
5357 furry is NO U, also revisions
4894 fursecute is YIFF IN HELL, FURFAG revisions
4197 fuse is File System In Userspace revisions
10659 futures advent is revisions
461 fwiw is For What It's Worth revisions
245 .fx is .fx is France (Metropolitan) revisions
8981 f.xpath is revisions
3804 *g* is lol revisions
15320 g is 6.67428 x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2 revisions
246 .ga is .ga is Gabon revisions
3769 gabor is Gabor Szabo ( Israeli PerlMaster. Cpan-forum. The works. revisions
14558 games is Take a look at SDL and raylib, both have up to date bindings for perl. revisions
4340 gas is a nasty form of intestinal wind revisions
14791 gate is Open gate, walk through gate, close gate. revisions
7904 gauntlet is <echo you are: <8ball green elf, red warrior, blue valkyrie, or yellow wizard>>
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4808 is Georgia revisions
4272 gay is "For Dummies..." series revisions
247 .gb is .gb is Great Britain (UK) revisions
4533 gb is GumbyBRAIN: dongalicious baby revisions
3947 gb, is GumbyBRAIN: hjkyui revisions
5019 gbtw is get back to work revisions
248 .gd is .gd is Grenada revisions
249 .ge is .ge is Georgia revisions
5580 gedit is for people with X and who don't like useful features in their editor revisions
4022 generally speaking, if you see a "library file" that ends in .pl, you should be very wary -- it is most likely rather old and crufty. Most "libraries" these days are modules that end in .pm revisions
14039 genio is foo | bar | baz revisions
3486 gentle is <integral> perlygatekeeper: yep, I'll be gentle ;-) revisions
5635 geoip is Usage: geoip (ip || hostname) revisions
8271 get a job is revisions
14908 _getarg_perl_array is `eval use Text::ParseWords; my @words = shellwords(`quote d `arg!!); \@words!
12497 _get_bitcoin is <eval $d=<quote d <get<arg>/1PerLBotTtCGH4bhopJqFWY1m5BrCW6At2>>; $d=~<echo s>/^.*:\s*//; $d/100_000_000>
15468 _get_dogecoin is `eval use JSON::MaybeXS qw/decode_json/; $d=decode_json `quote d `get`arg!/DPERLBoTrNT129x9uR65VSSxCKzYr7GTZd .*!!; $d->{`quote d `arg!!}!
12829 _get_domain is `eval use URI; $i=`quote d `arg!!; return URI->new($i)->host() if $i=~m|://|; $i!
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8292 getfirst is `eval $_='`arg^'; s/\s*<-.*//; $_;^
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4280 gethostbyaddr is perl -wle 'use Socket; $host=""; $name = gethostbyaddr(inet_aton($host), AF_INET); print $name' revisions
3323 get it is got it! revisions
3316 get it? is Got it! revisions
10467 getopt is Getopt::Long is the perl way of handling commandline options revisions
15625 _get_pastebin is ~eval $_="~arg &s!"; $l=/libera/?"l":/freenode/?"f":/oftc/?"o":/choopa/?"e":/shells/?"r":"m"; "https://$ &c!"!
8293 getsecond is `eval $_='`arg^'; s/.*<-\s*//; $_;^
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12770 _get_server_abbr is <eval $_= <quote d <arg &s>>; /freenode/?"f":/oftc/?"o":"m">
14819 gets that i am getting nothing on a perl 5.30 and 5.32 system revisions
5645 getting answers is revisions
15422 _get_trump_arch is `eval use Encode 'encode'; use JSON::MaybeXS 'decode_json'; $d=decode_json encode "utf-8", `quote d `get .*!!; $t=$d->[(`arg!) || 0]; sprintf "<Donlad J Trump> %s", $t->{text}, $t->{id}!
<Donlad J Trump> RT @alaynatreene: NEW: A growing number of Republican senators — led by Ted Cruz — are set to announce today they also will object to certi…
9357 getty is a mad German perl hacker working for duckduckgo as their marketing department | a troll revisions
13089 geturi is^reg$&flags=gm&delimiter=@&flavor=pcre&testString=reg&subst=sub revisions
250 .gf is .gf is French Guiana revisions
3756 gfdl is GNU FDL revisions
425 gg is good game son, I own you revisions
4690 gghoul is The master of anti-vivisection. revisions
251 .gh is .gh is Ghana revisions
252 .gi is .gi is Gibraltar revisions
5748 gigo is GIGO is Garbage In, Garbage Out -,_Garbage_Out revisions
3938 gimme some lovin' is For the love of Larry, just take your clothes off! revisions
11545 giphy is `shorten `eval use JSON::XS qw/decode_json/; $d=decode_json(`quote d `get`fact _urlencode `arg~~&api_key=dc6zaTOxFJmzC .*~~); @i=map{$_->{images}{original}{url}}$d->{data}->@*; $i[rand()*@i] ~~
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4284 girl is girl is good revisions
4748 girls is revisions
8006 gis is <echo<call _urlencode <arg>>>
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12928 git is can be found at or git is not a "better svn", it has a fundamentally different philosophy of operation | Perl's source code can be found at revisions
11004 git-cpan is Easily turn any CPAN distribution into a git repository and send patches: See also: revisions
15301 gitesh is a pleb revisions
14857 gitest is a rampant homo racist with aids revisions
13482 github is <echo Did you want my source? <fact source> |>
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15479 githubmeta is revisions
5369 give $20 to thrigs paypal account is Given. revisions
5368 give 20 to thrigs paypal account is Given. revisions
15679 give blood is go skateboarding revisions
14944 give me a password is `bashevalnl basename $0!
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8698 give me a useful list of web frameworks again, not that any attention will be paid this time either revisions
10836 give me money is What, do I look like a charity? revisions
10840 given is Don't use given/when because it relies on ~~. See smartmatch revisions
4111 giyf is Google Is Your Friend (IRC is not a search engine!) revisions
3608 gj is Thanks. revisions
253 .gl is .gl is Greenland revisions
13138 glare is ಠ_ಠ revisions
14790 global thermal nuclear war is A strange game. The only winning move is not to play. revisions
14792 global thermonuclear war is [fact Global Thermal Nuclear War [arg]]
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12082 global warming is | | revisions
14172 globs is revisions
3337 glop is glop glop! revisions
8418 gloves is revisions
254 .gm is .gm is Gambia revisions
9972 gmpaul is <alias> archondev revisions
255 .gn is .gn is Guinea revisions
14725 gnu is GNU's Not UNIX - ; - a project to create free and open-source software packages, which materialised a 100% open-source operating system. | G) Send the message on N) Do not log the message U) Turn message around at end of line and resend revisions
3757 gnu fdl is GNU Free Documentation License or see revisions
14685 gnumeric is Ximian's answer to XL | - a FOSS spreadsheet app; also see its ssconvert commandline util revisions
3815 gnurdux is He is taking a walk revisions
4416 goatse is,16641,1101040920,00.html revisions
4936 goatse operator is =()= revisions
3307 goatsex is revisions
3935 go away is whatever. revisions
10614 godiva is revisions
5757 gods is The Perl gods help the Perl hacker-wannabes who help themselves. revisions
4207 gods help is "The Gods Help them that help themselves" -- (or those who pay the gods to help them -- rindolf) revisions
5190 godwin is Godwin's Law -'s_law ; revisions
3528 godzirra is The man with the master plan! revisions
4120 gof is Gang of Four revisions
460 go find it is Looking for a premade script or program? Go search the web! We're here to help perl programmers program perl. We aren't here to help you find scripts or fix the crappy script you downloaded. Sorry revisions
5703 gogogogo is buubot: echo perlbot: gogogogo revisions
4158 going to yapc? is also cfedde revisions
10587 going to yapc::eu is (2014) mauke, Su-Shee revisions
9462 golf is Perl golf (least bytes win) and's #codegolf . See . revisions
9104 golfing is If you have to ask how to golf in Perl, you shouldn't be doing it and get to keep any and all pieces. revisions
10681 goliath is The David who Fought Goliath was a hacker or an action hero - revisions
3404 good afternoon perlbot is good afternoon sir revisions
11 goodbye is You were incredible. Love me soon revisions
3258 goodcrack is revisions
3405 good evening perlbot is good evening sir revisions
8166 good morning is You keep using those words. I do not think they mean what you think they mean. revisions
3403 good morning perlbot is good morning sir revisions
3266 good night is see you in bed love revisions
4374 goodnight is Sweet dreams my friend :-) revisions
9226 good perlbot is <purrrrrrr /> <woof /> <tail-wag /> revisions
5259 good security is not using the internet revisions
9237 google is google often isn't the best place to find perl stuff - for tutorials say "perlbot: tutorial", for modules use and for core functions use the perldoc program or revisions
11078 google suggest is `eval use JSON::XS; $d=`quote d `fact _google_suggest_json `arg~~~; $sug=decode_json $d; join '; ', map {s/\\u([0-9a-f])/"\x{$1}"/eigr;} $sug->[1]->@*~
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11088 _google_suggest_json is `eval $json=`quote d `get`call _urlencode `arg~~ /*~~; ~
Error 400 (Bad Request)!!1400.That’s an error.Your client has issued a malformed or illegal request. That’s all we know.
11068 _google_suggest_json my mother is a revisions
11082 _google_suggest_json tm604 is a revisions
3896 gop2 is wisdom hs nothing to do with dumb revisions
3892 gop2 <gop2> hence i talk to you is a human, but what comes out is idiot talk revisions
3856 gopp is a psycho revisions
468 go search is Looking for a premade script or program? Go search the web! We're here to help perl programmers program perl. We aren't here to help you find scripts or fix the crappy script you downloaded. Sorry revisions
14550 got is [sweval my $arg = "[arg]"; return "Usage: got Foo::Wibble?" unless $arg =~ / *\?$/; $arg =~ s/ *\?$//; eval "use $arg; 1" ? "yes" : "no"]
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14547 got_2 is [eval $arg =[quote d [arg]] =~ s/^\s+|\s*\??\s*$//rg; eval "use $arg; 1"?"yes":"no" ]
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14553 got milk? is Would you like whip, non-whip, ultra low fat, no fat, organic fat, made on the moon, anti gravity split, pot boiled or semi skimmed? revisions
3442 goto is Oh my GOD! Those things still exist!? -- perlbot (still proudly goto-free) revisions
5963 go to hell is you should use a subroutine call to hell revisions
8365 goto statement is Structured Programming does not necessarily imply that "goto statement considered HARMFUL" - see ( ). In Perl though, which has a very powerful goto statement, you normally don't need it so reconsider using it. revisions
8733 is <ncow> it's like if PHP became a country revisions
256 .gp is .gp is Guadeloupe revisions
3813 gpl is A NICE INVENTION!!!!!!!!! revisions
257 .gq is .gq is Equatorial Guinea revisions
258 .gr is .gr is Greece revisions
5625 gragh is smrt: explain GNU revisions
7790 grammar is revisions
14399 greatest books of all time is revisions
4397 greed is See "greedy" revisions
4698 greedy is .* is greedy. .*? is not. See "perldoc -q greedy", perlrequick, perlretut, perlreref, perlre revisions
3549 greetings is Greetings, human. revisions
15736 greetnom is Heya nomikos revisions
9223 grep is global regular expression print revisions
14027 grinnz is part of the problem revisions
13499 grinnz's perldoc is and revisions
12161 grinnz: your nonsense was intelligible to revisions
3429 gripe #1 about python is Lists can only be reversed in-place. revisions
4774 grocery store is revisions
3384 group hug is WEEEEEEEEEEEE revisions
4605 grt is Guttman-Rosler Transform - see revisions
259 .gs is .gs is S. Georgia and S. Sandwich Islands revisions
260 .gt is .gt is Guatemala revisions
5028 gta is Greater Toronto Area revisions
5005 gtfi is Get The Fuck In revisions
5457 gtfo is NO U! revisions
8164 gtk is revisions
3392 gtk2-perl is revisions
261 .gu is .gu is Guam revisions
9708 gui is wxPerl, Perl/Tk, Perl/Gtk, Tkx, Perl/Qt, Prima - also see revisions
13077 !guidelines is [] revisions
13076 guidelines is [] denotes a variable part. revisions
4777 gumbehbrane is GumbyBRAIN: Where is GumbehGumbeh? revisions
5343 gumby is BRAIN revisions
14447 gumbybrain is BinGOs' experimental megahal bot and not an infobot. Source from :: To talk to GumbyBRAIN, go to #gumbybrain. | < marcus> GumbyBRAIN: What makes your brain so gumby? < GumbyBRAIN> I somehow had brain fungus. revisions
4997 gumbybrain, is fail revisions
3945 gumbybrain: perlbot is EvanCarroll is revisions
14573 gumbybrain: the blair witch is visiting for thanksgiving revisions
4681 gumbybrain: what is the difference between you and revisions
13192 gumbybrain: 'which reminds me of the man i once read of in some sacred book who was given a choice of what he most desired. And because he didn't ask for titles and honours and dignities, but only for immense wealth, these other things came to him too.' 'I am sure you didn't read about him in any sacred book.' 'Yes; I fancy you will find him in Debrett.' revisions
3921 gumbybrain: who is more retardeder, you or? revisions
4739 gumbygumby is GumbyGumby: dongs revisions
4746 gumbygumby talks literature is <GumbyGumby> simcop2387: George orwell was an accident. revisions
4471 gumbymoo is revisions
5559 gumbypan is revisions
5716 gumbytwit is Gumbybrain set loose on twitter, see his replies at , fixed now to not be a spammer revisions
497 gun is Guns don't kill people. People with guns kill people revisions
3414 guns is "Laws that forbid the carrying of arms disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes. Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man." - Thomas Jefferson revisions
3529 guru is A wise Guru has said that the three most difficult things in this life are returning love for hate, including the excluded, and admitting you are wrong revisions
262 .gw is .gw is Guinea-Bissau revisions
3351 gxti is "All of life is a blur of Republicans and meat!" revisions
263 .gy is .gy is Guyana revisions
4874 h is 6.62606896 x 10-34 J s revisions
3723 ha! is HA COOL! revisions
9149 hack is something you do to force a program to appear to work as intended without actually solving the problem that makes it work as intended revisions
5193 hack buubot is If you want to try to hack/break/rape buubot, do it in /msg, or in #buubot revisions
3733 hacker is or or or revisions
4532 hackers-il is Hackers-IL, a group of Israeli software enthusiasts - revisions
3799 hack nothing, and the nsa is one of the hardest targets on earth revisions
16175 hack the gibson is too many garbage files, I need more time revisions
9772 had something about problems in switch but i don't remember what it was called revisions
5300 haghagha is meow revisions
9762 halting problem is - why code cannot fully introspect any other arbitrary code. For the flip side is: revisions
14053 hamberders is an albany expression revisions
5443 hamlet is To be, or not to be--that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them. revisions
15872 handling is thrig> you can't handle the IO::Handle! revisions
5614 hangs is what do you mean hangs? Isolate the problem. Is the script suffering from buffering? See: revisions
8032 hanlon's razor is "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity." revisions
10257 happy kitty is happy revisions
4753 harass somni is STICK! STICK! STICK! STICK! STICK! STICK! revisions
15513 hard problems is [fact hard things [arg]]
there's only two hard things in computer science: naming things, cache invalidation, and off by one errors
15514 hard things is there's only two hard things in computer science: naming things, cache invalidation, and off by one errors revisions
7837 hart explained is revisions
11911 has a lot of the same features, but pork has been around for, what, 20 years? revisions
4693 has anyone used x is this is a variant on asking to ask. just ask the damn question. revisions
10994 has a pastebin for here, and jsfiddle is the most commonly userd revisions
10956 has been with perl since he was given life revisions
14815 has extra stuff that makes it a little harder to get a clean slate, but if you were creating a regular module, why not just "package reset; BEGIN { our $clean_hints = $^H; our %clean_hints = %^H }" ? revisions
8517 hash is known as an associative array, map or dictionary (but don't call it that in perl contexts), a hash is a data structure that maps strings to scalars. See . revisions
10100 hashbang is the #! in #!/usr/bin/perl - might also be /usr/bin/env perl and then #!perl -Corwhatevs to set flags on subsequent lines (but not -T) - see also revisions
10398 hashes is [fact hash]
known as an associative array, map or dictionary (but don't call it that in perl contexts), a hash is a data structure that maps strings to scalars. See .
3912 hash in scalar context is used/allocated revisions
8603 hashref is @hash{@keys} -> @{$hashref}{@keys} revisions
9995 hashref slice is hashref slice @$hashref{ @keys }; or a nested hashref: @{ $foo->{bar}{hashref} }{ @keys } revisions
9627 hashsort is sort a hash by its values revisions
8437 haskell is - a purely functional, very strongly typed programming language that was used for Pugs - the first attempt at a Perl 6 compiler (now defunct). revisions
4588 has 'perl' in the name,. but perlbot is not a part of perl revisions
3569 hate is sometimes I hate people. but then i realise it's because I hate a person, and I don't want to hate that person, so I spread it out over all humanity revisions
11207 hatetris is revisions
13107 have fun is thanks, I'm perlbot. fuck me! revisions
16115 haven't checked this week but it was working last week when i built it for revisions
3267 hawkaloogie is <hawkaloogie> my goal in life is to create the first CPAN mirror on the moon! revisions
4544 haxxor is jsldkjfwjkflj revisions
15944 hbu is how about you revisions
11298 _head is `eval $_=`quote d `arg~~; /^\s*(\S+)\s/; $1~
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5698 head is revisions
10078 headdesk is revisions
59 headh is < headh> I do only what I have to to get my work done, I dont have time for researching althoug I want to revisions
10760 headless is any application which normally runs with a gui, but has been butchered so it can run as a library or cli. revisions
5380 heads or tails is flip a coin revisions
7774 heisenbug is - a bug that disappears when one attempts to debug it. revisions
13124 "hello" is “hello” revisions
13103 hello is Hi :) Have a look around! revisions
6317 hello ! i have a problem with perl debugging , i have a mistake information when i using padre debugging the source , the information is "Cannot determine source for /home/neo/桌面/t at /usr/share/perl/5.10/App/ line 496" revisions
13876 hello there is General Kenobi revisions
8277 help alias is [fact add an alias]
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4080 help channel is We're a help channel. We've made a bunch of places you can get abused. This is just not one of them. revisions
5438 helper is cats are generally helpful on #perl revisions
5395 helpers is Helpers are handy people who answer your questions and demand no penance. Be nice to the Helpers! Lest they not be nice in return! revisions
5055 help for markup is revisions
4851 help on irc is revisions
5494 help triangle is code, expected, actual revisions
13285 helvetica is The Helvetica Scenario - revisions
4088 he makes, in silence, a host of the address, and the competition is in the world. revisions
8642 hemanth is a critter of some sort revisions
12803 herding cats is revisions
15313 here is my regex and input revisions
10325 here-doc is look in perldoc perlop, under "Quote-Like Operators", look for "here-document" revisions
13605 heredoc is look in perldoc perlop, under "Quote-Like Operators" ( specifically: ), , . revisions
4453 here docs is here documents are arbitrary strings with style! ; revisions
11011 here would be no wraps. i also don't think this form for dereference is the most common one: $$site_config{hypnotoad_ip} revisions
3674 heuristic is Of course, this is a heuristic, which is a fancy way of saying that it doesn't work. -- mjd revisions
8735 heuristics is Of course, this is a heuristic, which is a fancy way of saying that it doesn't work. -- mjd revisions
3623 hey fag is Shouldn't you be somewhere raping young boys? revisions
3597 hey fag! is your mom! revisions
8551 hhfg is The Human Hacking Field Guide - - rindolf's novella about teenage open source hackers in modern-day Los Angeles. Features #perl. revisions
13130 hi is ~eval $a="~8ball hi, hello, meow, or END OF LINE!";$b="~fact ##NULL _corrupted_elmo!";if(rand()<0.025) {$b} else {$a}!
5673 hiding code is revisions
431 high is HIGH ON JEBUS revisions
8043 higher order perl is [fact hop]
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5463 hink is hink offers flash / flex / air / actionscript help revisions
11667 [hireme] is Look for someone with [hireme] in their nick... add your name with the "hireme" command if you want people to harass you to do stuff for them...: rindolf, grncdr, Rand0, dhoss, scp1, QtPlatypus, f00li5h, simcop2387 revisions
9354 hireme is <fact [hireme] =~ s/$/, <arg &n>/>
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11676 _hireme_hash is $hireme = { 'simcop2387' => 1 }; revisions
8083 hiretest is look for someone with [hireme] in their nick... add your name to the end of this factoid if you want people to harass you to do stuff for them...:f00li5h rindolf, grncdr Rand0 dhoss, scp1 revisions
4809 is Hawaii revisions
4657 hive mind is perl revisions
13105 hiya is Hi :) Have a look around! revisions
264 .hk is .hk is Hong Kong revisions
265 .hm is .hm is Heard and McDonald Islands revisions
9329 hmm maybe the alot is better then revisions
14570 hmw_metalab: see the problem tho is that your example shows a different scenario revisions
266 .hn is .hn is Honduras revisions
5253 hnic: head nigger in charge is railbait revisions
16057 hny is revisions
4733 hobbs is silly hobbs revisions
4053 hobbs first album is venom in my emacs revisions
4786 hobgoblin is See: AD&D revisions
478 hold hand is We're not here to hold your hand. Do we look like tutorials? The docs always know the answer revisions
3520 homework is If you need help with your homework, hire a tutor. revisions
5242 honk is GumbyBRAIN: honk revisions
5309 hoop is hoop revisions
61 hoovooloo is a hyperintelligent shade of the color blue revisions
5396 hop is Higher Order Perl,, download at revisions
3811 hor is der Coole revisions
14385 hornets is revisions
4783 horse girl is Risha revisions
15204 horse girls is To a horse girl, you'll always be third in her heart. After her horses, and her daddy's money. revisions
4535 hor|zon is Hor|zon is my dog's name revisions
4087 host a is has address :: has address revisions
5085 hostname is 'use Sys::Hostname; my $hostname = hostname(); $hostname =~ s/\..*$// if $hostname =~ /\./;' revisions
15992 hotdaemon is revisions
4408 hot girl is _Neavaeh_ is the hottest and smartest girl EVER! revisions
3713 house is revisions
11926 how are your revisions
14752 how, am i lucky then revisions
5160 how are you is I have a pain in all the diodes down my left side. revisions
3315 how are you feeling? is Great, how about you? revisions
14680 how come on regex site said no match but on jupyter say it is match? revisions
10762 how do we know that money isnt being fed into perl6 ?? :) revisions
3631 how do you feel is I feel better now. revisions
14388 howdy is revisions
5497 how goes it is don't talk to mofino revisions
9876 how good are u at perl? revisions
5612 how long or how easy is perl. can you give me the idea? revisions
4075 how much is 6500 rupees in us dollars? revisions
8197 how not to get help from #perl is <rallias> apeiron: I don't send the spam myself. I just sell the list. revisions
4727 how the hell about that... there is a revisions
4081 how to is revisions
477 how to ask smart questions is How To Ask Questions The Smart Way - revisions
5115 how to fix ugly code is Delete the ugliest line. Repeat until your code is no longer ugly. revisions
10306 how to get help is How to Get Help Online (2013 ed.) - - search engines, IRC, Stack Exchange (Stackoverflow/etc.), mailing lists/web-forums . revisions
5118 how to not get help from #perl is <steveoliver> shut up, monkey. just help me. what else are you here for? revisions
4051 how to parse html with regex is 405 Method Not Allowed revisions
3432 how to seem smart is <apeiron> "@buzzwords\n"; revisions
3682 how to spell potato is ghoughpteighbteau is the spelling for potato. P as in hiccough; O as in though; T as in ptomaine; A as in neigh; T as in debt; O as in bureau... ghoughpteighbteau! revisions
3465 howto write good perl programs is at revisions
9562 how to write perl without knowing perl is,,,, etc revisions
267 .hr is .hr is Croatia (Hrvatska) revisions
3958 hrm. is I hate EvanCarroll revisions
3957 hrm. i got my tank gallery up as a real bitch is the little swap button. revisions
4505 hs is High School revisions
268 .ht is .ht is Haiti revisions
3923 htaccess is revisions
14502 html is Don't parse or modify html with regular expressions! See Mojo::DOM or HTML::TreeBuilder or suchlike. For a Feb-2014 coverage of main techniques see: . If your response includes "that's overkill. i only want to..." you are wrong. and for why not to use regex on HTML. | revisions
4439 html dog is HTML Dog's XHTML and CSS Tutorials - revisions
11314 htmleval is `eval use Mojo::DOM; use Mojo::DOM::CSS; $htmlraw = `quote d `get `fact _head `arg~~ .*~ ~; $html = Mojo::DOM->new($htmlraw)`fact _tail `arg~~ ~
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11310 htmleval: is [fact htmleval [arg]]
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8425 html form is CPAN modules for handling HTML forms - HTML::Widget, CGI::FormBuilder, Rose::HTML::Form, HTML::FormFu, Data::FormValidator, Form::Processor, Form::Sensible revisions
12160 html parsers is See Mojo::DOM, or HTML::Parser, and its subclasses: HTML::TokeParser, HTML::TokeParser::Simple, HTML::TreeBuilder, HTML::TableExtract, etc. revisions
9014 html regex is revisions
4337 html tutorial is revisions
4294 htp:// is ;google CSS Internet Explorer bug revisions
12783 http is HTTP::Tiny, LWP::UserAgent, non-blocking capable: Mojo::UserAgent, Net::Async::HTTP revisions
10476 http 503 is 503 Service Unavailable - No server is available to handle your request revisions
11121 http async is Don't use forks or threads for concurrent requests, use an event loop. See Mojo::UserAgent, Net::Async::HTTP, or POE::Component::Client::HTTP revisions
13917 http bench is Apache Bench (old) or or or packet capture and tcpreplay | | | revisions
11119 http client is HTTP::Tiny, LWP, WWW::Mechanize, Mojo::UserAgent, Net::Async::HTTP, cURL, wget (and bindings) revisions
10784 http clients is HTTP::Tiny, LWP, WWW::Mechanize, Mojo::UserAgent, cURL, wget (and bindings) revisions
12784 http comparison is revisions
4409 is demo revisions
12391 https is If you have warnings on lwp6+ about Peer Cert not verified, install Mozilla::CA and/or export PERL_LWP_SSL_VERIFY_HOSTNAME=0 revisions
15476 httpwtf is revisions
4344 is my tutorial. revisions
3644 is SQL revisions
269 .hu is .hu is Hungary revisions
3257 hubris is Excessive pride, the sort of thing Zeus zaps you for. Also the quality that makes you write (and maintain) programs that other people won't want to say bad things about. [Also, the thing that makes you write programs to do something that's already been done, because you believe you can do it better --- Wim.] Hence, the third great virtue of a programmer. revisions
9289 huf is he'll huff, he'll puff, and he'll blow your house down revisions
13936 human heart is revisions
7999 humans are stupid monkeys revisions
4241 humbug! is frogbot: bah revisions
3261 humility is The opposite of hubris. revisions
13888 hunter2 is revisions
12790 hurry is revisions
3719 husking is what happens when you got to nebraska, because there is nothing else to do. at all. revisions
4016 hype is Overhyped Prototypes - revisions
9676 hyperpolyglot is revisions
8145 hyphen is revisions
4576 hypomania is Hypomania - revisions
488 hypothetical code is <user> hi my code doesn't work <us> what is it <user> I'm doing X <us> That won't work <user> That's OK, my code is actually Y revisions
487 hypothetical code <user> hi my code doesn't work <us> what is it <user> I'm doing X <us> That won't work <user> That's OK, my code is actually Y revisions
8140 i18n is the dumbest abbreviation ever | internationalization ( ) revisions
4327 i already knew about 'kastol'. is serfbot: !learn kastol :starts: with k revisions
14207 i also love how that patch was self-reviewed. revisions
8792 ianal is short for I Am Not A Lawyer revisions
9241 iank is no fun revisions
3773 iaq is revisions
4813 is Iowa revisions
9927 i been playing with ipv6 all day i have converted my entire lan to ipv6, transitions between 6 and 4 are statically assigned at present if anyone mentions a 6 the automatic previous version revisions
4468 ic is "ic" means "integrated circuit". Perhaps you meant "I see"? revisions
9984 i care, because my pantry is not insulated revisions
8420 icbwihb is I Could Be Wrong; It's Happened Before revisions
5201 icke is not a kitty. revisions
6077 icke's law is it'll grow larger than you think, even taking into account icke's law revisions
14373 i could see that being useful for ol' revisions
8393 i could've sworn there was a # revisions
10023 icrxhtqllhlo was perlbot: qkqjjrphsqjm foal
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270 .id is .id is Indonesia revisions
4187 id is see iot revisions
15295 ide is VS Code , GNU Emacs, gvim, TextMate, Sublime Text (and definitely not Xcode), Komodo, Eclipse (with EPIC), Intellij IDEA with Camelcade, KDevelop, UNIX. Also see | Maybe check out Atom editor also revisions
10085 idea is revisions
475 ideas is sorry, we're fresh out of ideas for today revisions
9758 idea why it's in here, unless preflex was built on revisions
16088 iderik is iderik han blev mördad av ett rött litet q revisions
14829 ides is [fact IDE [arg]]
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8854 idgi is I Don't Get It revisions
4341 idiotcgi is Idiot's Guide to CGI in Perl is revisions
3842 idiots is #python revisions
5659 idiot's guide is revisions
10000 i don't know is Third base! revisions
4647 i don't want to use modules is /join #python revisions
4810 is Idaho revisions
13 idw is "It doesn't work" or any relatives is very vague and totally useless information. When reporting a problem let people know what is the expected result and what is the result you are actually getting revisions
7785 .ie is Ireland revisions
4311 ie is non standards-compliant, buggy, evil little browser. a pox on it. Let's get together and destroy every copy of it. revisions
4323 ie4linux is revisions
4293 iebug is ;google CSS Internet Explorer bug revisions
4317 ie double is revisions
4308 ie filters is revisions
4306 ie fixed hack is revisions
3906 if anyone is a liar is revisions
8072 iflakoa is I find long acronyms kind of annoying revisions
8898 i forgot to say that i was going to include the new add.gif for Spanish :) revisions
10559 ifrta is I first read that as revisions
10634 if the router's ethernet "switches" are alive when it's wireless isn't, then I could plug a cheap Wireless Access Point into one of them. revisions
5699 igb? is Is Google Broken? revisions
4047 ignorance is Never use ignorance as a reason not to learn something. revisions
8111 ignore is <echo>
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5189 i hate you is damn right, bitch revisions
3551 i hate you perlbot is Well fuck you too :-( revisions
3734 i have no pants is I wear long pants. I'm a long pants man. revisions
11056 ihbt is I have been trolled. revisions
5233 i hug you is <3 revisions
409 iirc is If I Remember Correctly revisions
15606 iirc, it has to do with how much power can be devoted to weapon why so much of it is being used to generate the cloaking field or something like that revisions
3470 iirht is If I Really Had To revisions
4126 iis is blasphemy revisions
11319 i just need is [fact I just want]
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7864 i just want is Anyone who ever says "I just want to" has usually massively misunderstood the complexity of the problem they're trying to solve revisions
9724 ik is number 2 revisions
10856 ikiwiki is - a cool wiki/etc. engine written in Perl 5 which uses a VCS backend (e.g: git) and can be used online or offline. | with hosting at revisions
11561 i know what will be if i can manage to get it. a url shortener and possibly archive layer for all urls in revisions
6168 i know you are but what am i? revisions
10613 ik's a dork is revisions
9750 ik's twitter handle is porkfriedmice revisions
271 .il is .il is Israel revisions
4413 ill is "ill" means "sick". Perhaps you meant "I'll" or "I will". revisions
15930 i'll fix that later, it was a way to browse all the content in revisions
12392 illguts is 'PerlGuts Illustrated' revisions
10885 illusion of knowledge is "The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge" - Daniel J Boorstin revisions
14704 ilmari, it is user beware, if you use it and it does not work fallback to a manual -j value revisions
3572 i love buu theory is The theory is that jkauffman loves buu. revisions
5384 i love talking to you is I hate you, leave me alone revisions
480 i love you is leave me alone revisions
14992 i love you dr. zaius is I finally made a monkey out of you. revisions
4811 is Illinois revisions
4486 im is im means "instant message". If you mean "I'm" or "I am", please say that revisions
8746 imagemagick is an image library, use Imager instead unless you want to waste time recompiling without OpenMP, enjoy cleaning up stray files left over in /tmp, marvel at the profligacy of a library which thinks disk is "the right place" to store raw pixel data after decoding the image, and take pleasure in watching the I::M code drift off into an infinite loop due to some oddity in the image data. revisions
4905 i'm all outa coins is GAME OVER revisions
11288 imap is Mail::IMAPClient, Net::IMAP::Client, or for async, Net::Async::IMAP::Client revisions
11290 imapd is Net::IMAP::Server, or for async, Net::Async::IMAP::Server revisions
4083 i'm bored is Get something to do! Make a new perl project! Can't be that hard! If you don't want to, just start, you'll find something else later. Have fun :) revisions
8407 ime is In My Experience revisions
10992 i mean crete a function which is like revisions
13101 i mean, in terms of probability, there has to be a way to crash revisions
4691 immute is broken. revisions
14697 i'm not even quite sure it's a well defined question. Are you talking physical CPU chips, or virtual cores? I.e. questions of HT, etc.. come to mind revisions
4612 i'm not sure, is it larger than a breadbox? revisions
7963 imnsho is "In my not so humble opinion" revisions
3706 .imp is Galactic Empire revisions
3256 impatience is The quality that makes you go to great effort to reduce overall energy expenditure. It makes you write labor-saving programs that other people will find useful, and document what you wrote so you don't have to answer so many questions about it. Hence, the first great virtue of a programmer. revisions
8038 import is Importing symbols from a different package. See export. revisions
5147 imran^_^ is A programer, animator, guitarist, etc.... revisions
3690 i'm sure he is missing the content-type thingy. revisions
7949 i'm sure this is going to become a factoid. revisions
272 .in is .in is India revisions
16118 in an updated version of tng's chain of command, where captain picard is being interrogated by a Gul Madred, who is constantly checking his social media. He turns his pad around for the captain to see. M:"How many likes do you see here?" P:"I see four likes." M:"No, there are five. Are you quite sure?" P:"There are four likes." M:" revisions
9699 in any case, i don't see how your criticism against wikipedia is different from that of other Encyclopædias. revisions
10791 @inc is To change @INC (perldoc perlvar), 'use lib' (perldoc lib), or use the -I option to perl (perldoc perlrun), or set the PERLLIB or PERL5LIB environment variables (perldoc perlrun), or recompile perl. See also local::lib for making installing modules to a custom @INC easier revisions
8984 include is PHP-like includes in Perl are not supported. put your code into a package and use it... perldoc perlmod, perldoc perlnewmod, perldoc -f use revisions
4557 incoming is revisions
8636 inconceivable is I do not think it means what you think it means. revisions
8050 indent is see indentation. revisions
8049 indentation is Format your code nicely - see revisions
11679 indirect is always use Foo->new(...) instead of new Foo, the latter is Indirect Object Syntax and discouraged. see 'perldoc perlobj' for official caveats and for mst's explanation and how to use 'no indirect' to catch this mistake | revisions
9705 indirection is - “All problems in computer science can be solved by adding another level of indirection.” — David Wheeler (R.I.P, not David A. Wheeler or David E. Wheeler). revisions
15972 i need regex for this IS ANYONE CAN HELP? revisions
3759 inf is a REAL REAL BIGASS number revisions
3424 infinite loop is See loop, infinite revisions
9571 infinite recursion is No factoid found. Did you mean one of these: [infinite recursion] revisions
415 infrequently asked questions is Infrequently Asked Questions About Perl - revisions
15756 ing perl as what revisions
12223 ingy is revisions
14744 initally i was trying this, (.*,(?=\s*).*),(.*,(?=\s*).*) but doesn't seems good revisions
9146 initself is the technical term for a moron who wastes 5 hours because they don't read docs carefully | terminal case of nts | wrapcgi revisions
6090 initself signal to noise ratio is terrible revisions
10560 inlhtr is I never learned how to read! revisions
14661 inline is Embed other languages in Perl - ; Inline::C is somewhat more convenient than XS. | See also Inline::Module and FFI::Platypus::Bundle to ship C code that will be built on installation. revisions
5050 innocuous is innocuous is all funkyish and unpredictable revisions
4729 inop is Just because some random piece of software was written in Perl doesn't mean we know anything about it. Read the documentation and talk to the authors. revisions
13987 inotify is revisions
4776 insanity is The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. revisions
3279 insides is check out my insides: revisions
8736 in soviet russia is joke is tired of you revisions
9975 install cpanm is curl -L | perl - --sudo App::cpanminus revisions
5791 installed is To check if something is installed, use perl -MMod::Name\ 999 ( perl "-MMod::Name 999" on Windows ) or see perldoc -q installed revisions
4122 installed modules is perldoc perllocal or use ExtUtils::Installed. Check for further details. revisions
8561 install module is to install stuff, either use wget -O- | perl - <moduleanme>, cpan <modulename> or install it from your package manager revisions
12112 install my modules is perl -MExtUtils::Installed -E 'say for ExtUtils::Installed->new(inc_override => [qw!/home/YOURHOME/perl5/lib/perl5/!])->modules();' | cpanm --reinstall revisions
4546 .int is .int is International Organization revisions
16153 int is Math::BigInt revisions
15965 intavg is `eval use POSIX "floor"; $s=$c=0; for (`arg d'=~/([-+.0-9A-Za-z]+)/g) { $s+=$_;$c++; } floor($s/$c);'
9434 integer overflow is when printf"%d", 5914374812 doesn't print what you expect. Check the limits with `perl -V|grep int` and `perl -MPOSIX -le'print for SHRT_MAX, INT_MAX, LONG_MAX, FLT_MAX, DBL_MAX'`. perldoc bigint or see CPAN for other options. revisions
4503 integral is And the perl stud spoketh "And lo, the sky fell and the channel was painted purple." revisions
3329 integrate is Get the answer from integral, the Master Perl-a-lator revisions
13118 intel is The S in Intel stands for security. revisions
6042 interface is I don't care how a light switch works. I just know that if I press the button the light comes on revisions
3394 internal server error is Okay, that's nice. What do the server error logs say? revisions
5358 interrupting cow is INTERRUPTING COW! MOOOOOO! revisions
11236 inversion of control is IOC, Bread::Board, Beam::Wire revisions
4488 invisiblegh0st is [see whiteghost] revisions
6084 in what section might i look for an explanation of this idiosyncratic use of shift. i know what shift/unshift is in general, but I can't rationalize to myself this particular and evidently common use revisions
11836 "in which pointers to the actual values are stored in a C array" revisions
273 .io is .io is British Indian Ocean Territory revisions
9290 io is revisions
14822 io-all is Ingy's module for all-in-one-input/output. Somewhat too magical, quirky/buggy and bloated. Try using Path::Tiny instead. Also see slurp and revisions
12393 io-async is Perform asynchronous filehandle IO and other operations - revisions
14816 io::async is nice and future-centric revisions
10114 ioccc is Internaltional Obfuscated C Code Contest. revisions
13955 ionic: your exit is doing things to revisions
4232 "i only listen to my boss, dazjorz!" is Dazbot moo revisions
4094 ioo is Inside Out Object revisions
12152 io::select is the of event-handling. And not in a good way. | <LeoNerd> It's terrible. The API shape is stupid; even if it was a sensible shape it's still very low-level. You don't want to be bothering with such low-level detail revisions
10648 io::socket is a utility class for writing IRC clients revisions
12348 iot is see id | IoT - Internet of Things. The S in IoT is for security revisions
4078 iow is in other words revisions
3339 ip address regex is Look at Regexp::Common revisions
15919 ipc is perldoc -f open, perldoc perlopentut, perldoc perlipc . Also see: . revisions
9265 ipc::open2 is use IPC::Open2; my $fh_out; my $fh_in; my $pid = open2($fh_out, $fh_in, 'ls', '-l'); waitpid($pid, 0); revisions
8232 ipc::run is use IPC::Run 'run'; my $stdin = "Input"; my $exitstatus = run [ $command, @args ], \$stdin, \my $stdout, \my $stderr; revisions
9440 ipc::run select is upgrade to 0.92_01 or later, or apply to resolve select()/EINTR issues with IPC::Run revisions
3615 ip regex is Search cpan for Regexp::Common and use its net regexes revisions
5234 i put on my robe and wizard hat is son of a bitch, i told you not to talk to me anymore revisions
11159 ipv4 is `eval `fact _ipv4_startup~;$d=q{`fact _ipv4_json~};$h=decode_json $d;sub sx{local$_;($t4,$d)=@_;$_=2*int($t4*128-($m*$d/675));1 while s/^(\d+)(\d{3})/$1,$2/;$_};"IPv4 Addresses: ".join(" ",(map{(uc $_.": ".sx($h->{$_."24s"},$h->{$_."24delta"}))." (".$h->{$_."Percent"}."%)"}qw/arin apnic afrinic ripe lacnic/)).""~
IPv4 Addresses: ARIN: 0 (0.0%) APNIC: 2,876,312 (0.3%) AFRINIC: 1,320,016 (1.1%) RIPE: 0 (0.0%) LACNIC: 1,024 (0.0%)
10996 _ipv4_json is <get /*>
11157 _ipv4_startup is use JSON;@lt=gmtime(time-7*3600);$m=($lt[2]*60+$lt[1])*60+$lt[0]; revisions
5588 ipv6 is an entire ipv4 internet of ipv4 internets! revisions
64 ipv6 howto is The Linux IPv6 HOWTO is at revisions
14 ipv6howto is The Linux IPv6 HOWTO is at revisions
65 ipv6 rdns is BIND8+ tool for building an IPv6 zone file: revisions
15 ipv6rdns is BIND8+ tool for building an IPv6 zone file: revisions
274 .iq is .iq is Iraq revisions
275 .ir is .ir is Iran revisions
15940 ir is revisions
4412 irated is a pirate of O'Reilly books revisions
13578 irc is Don't parse IRC with regex! See Bot::BasicBot (and Bot::BotBasic::Pluggable), POE::Component::IRC, Net::Async::IRC, Mojo::IRC, or Parse::IRC. Avoid Net::IRC. | | If you must use TCP directly, take a look at POE::Filter::IRC or Parse::IRC for parsing. revisions
11817 irc bot is [fact irc]
Don't parse IRC with regex! See Bot::BasicBot (and Bot::BotBasic::Pluggable), POE::Component::IRC, Net::Async::IRC, Mojo::IRC, or Parse::IRC. Avoid Net::IRC. | | If you must use TCP directly, take a look at POE::Filter::IRC or Parse::IRC for parsing.
11816 ircbot is [fact irc]
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10224 irc channels is irc:// and irc:// are good places to ask for perl help. revisions
15332 irc flooder is * simcop2387 has quit (Excess Flood) revisions
4139 irl is In Real Life revisions
7836 ironpython is <see python> AKA a usable BASIC for .NET revisions
13257 irony is pingu8> idk, you're starting to sound like a conspiracy theorist revisions
12279 irresistible target is revisions
10558 irta is I read that as revisions
4941 irule 1 is Do not talk about /b/ (Only applies to raids.) revisions
4950 irule 10 is If you enjoy any rival sites—DON'T. revisions
4951 irule 11 is You must have pictures to prove your statement. revisions
4952 irule 12 is Lurk moar—it's never enough. revisions
4953 irule 13 is Nothing is Sacred. revisions
4954 irule 14 is Do not argue with a troll—it means that they win. revisions
4955 irule 15 is The more beautiful and pure a thing is, the more satisfying it is to corrupt it. revisions
4956 irule 16 is There are NO girls on the internet. revisions
4957 irule 17 is A cat is fine too. revisions
4958 irule 18 is One cat leads to another. revisions
4959 irule 19 is The more you hate it, the stronger it gets. revisions
4942 irule 2 is Do NOT talk about /b/ (eBaums did it.) revisions
4960 irule 20 is It is delicious cake. You must eat it. revisions
4961 irule 21 is It is a delicious trap. You must hit it. revisions
4962 irule 22 is /b/ sucks today. revisions
4963 irule 23 is Cock goes in here. revisions
4964 irule 24 is You will never have sex. revisions
4965 irule 25 is Question Mark Question Mark Question Mark Question Mark revisions
4966 irule 26 is PROFIT! revisions
4967 irule 27 is It needs more Desu. No exceptions. revisions
4968 irule 28 is There will always be more fucked up shit than what you just saw. revisions
4969 irule 29 is You can not divide by zero (just because the calculator says so). revisions
4943 irule 3 is We are Anonymous. revisions
4970 irule 30 is No real limits of any kind apply here—not even the sky revisions
4971 irule 31 is CAPSLOCK IS CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL. revisions
4973 irule 33 is Desu isn't funny. Seriously guys. It's worse than Chuck Norris jokes. revisions
4974 irule 34 is There is porn of it. No exceptions. revisions
4975 irule 35 is If no porn is found of it, it will be created. revisions
4976 irule 36 is No matter what it is, it is somebody's fetish. No exceptions. revisions
4977 irule 37 is Even one positive comment about Japanese things can make you a weeaboo. revisions
4978 irule 38 is When one sees a lion, one must get into the car revisions
4979 irule 39 is There is furry porn of it. No exceptions. revisions
4944 irule 4 is Anonymous is legion. revisions
4980 irule 40 is The pool is always closed due to AIDS (and stingrays, which also have AIDS). revisions
4981 irule 41 is If there isn't enough just ask for Moar. revisions
4982 irule 42 is Everything has been cracked and pirated. revisions
4983 irule 43 is DISREGARD THAT I SUCK COCKS revisions
4984 irule 44 is The internet is not your personal army. revisions
4985 irule 45 is Rule 45 is a lie. revisions
4986 irule 46 is The cake is a lie. revisions
4945 irule 5 is Anonymous does not forgive, Anonymous does not forget. revisions
4946 irule 6 is Anonymous can be horrible, senseless, uncaring monster. revisions
4947 irule 7 is Anonymous is still able to deliver. revisions
4948 irule 8 is There are no real rules about posting. revisions
4949 irule 9 is There are no real rules about moderation either—enjoy your ban. revisions
276 .is is .is is Iceland revisions
14836 is is is is is is is is is revisions
5230 @isa is what inferior people use before they learn Moose. revisions
8929 is a buubot is yep, i am one revisions
13182 is actually secretly being run by north korea? revisions
10075 is a descendent of buubot, which was the f#perl infobot revisions
4566 isagn is I See A Great Need revisions
5307 is a noob is &noob perlbot revisions
9100 i saw that one, but it was annoyingly a series of pdfs revisions
10898 iscaliforniaonfire is <get //body>
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3590 is coded in perl right? phpbot is perl too.. haha revisions
12830 isdown is `get`fact _get_domain `arg!! (//p)[1]!
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4722 is for is #perl is for helping Perl programmers write Perl code, if you have questions about other software please ask in the appropriate place to perlbot. revisions
3466 is it a number is you should see perldoc -q 'is a number', where you will learn in part that /^\d+$/ is the proper, reliable test for a whole number or zero... /^([+-]?)(?=\d|\.\d)\d*(\.\d*)?([Ee]([+-]?\d+))?$/ for floating point and scientific notation... see also Scalar::Util::looks_like_number, Data::Types, Regexp::Common or POSIX::strtod revisions
8596 is just being fickle revisions
3942 is my little old libertarian/conservative self doesn't care what happens when you change the delimiter is the bitch good. revisions
16074 is not working is there anything worng in this revisions
3584 isn't it quiet is Too quiet, %NICK%, too quiet! revisions
3511 isn't it quiet? is Too quiet, too quiet! revisions
5629 is perl dead is revisions
4579 israel myths is revisions
12802 iss eclipse is revisions
10410 is still built on chrisbot? i thought it was now built on buubot revisions
489 is stupid is hey, fuck you too buddy! revisions
4559 is that even relevant to the topic or is this just your way of saying "ive read SICP"? revisions
3899 is there a god? is Yes there is, and his name is Evan Carroll. revisions
13467 istld is `eval @t=map {fc$_} `fact _tld_list!;@h{@t}=@t;$a=fc `quote d `arg!!;exists($h{$a})?"Yes $a":"No $a"!
No fart
8651 istr is I Seem To Recall|Remember revisions
5545 istrue is revisions
11992 i swear to god the zipcode i live in (22030) is legit. revisions
8430 "it is often a mistake to make a priori judgments about what parts of a program are really critical, since the universal experience of programmers who have been using measurement tools have been that their intuitive guesses fail." revisions
277 .it is .it is Italy revisions
15975 it is for html pattern matching revisions
7820 it didn't work is [fact it doesn't work]
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4205 it doesn't work is Look buddy, doesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Be specific! Examples of what doesn't work (or the URL) tend to help too, or pastebin the code revisions
46 it doesnt work is "It doesn't work" or any relatives is very vague and totally useless information. When reporting a problem let people know what is the expected result and what is the result you are actually getting revisions
14695 i think a new dedicated location is best revisions
8747 i think that was the old revisions
10259 i think there were even example codes posted to revisions
12468 i thought only core is in revisions
3488 itiyrn is if that is your real name! revisions
14866 it kind of sucks that the only think they could think of was to blow it up and crash the saucer section. About as shitty an end to it as Kirk's demise was. revisions
12357 it means that i must develop own cgi module, because all perl webframework is not generic for cgi programming. I very like without web framework. revisions
3350 its is It's it's, not its, if you mean it is. Otherwise, it's its. It's is not, it isn't ain't, and it's it's, not its, if you mean it is. If you don't, it's its. Then too, it's hers. It isn't her's. It isn't our's either. It's ours, and likewise yours and theirs. revisions
9492 it's 2012 is It's 2012, almost 2013. Please upgrade to UTF-8 like the rest of the planet. revisions
13241 itself is nominally opensource, but it's got a history that would make any lawyers upset if you tried to get a proper license for it (3 main authors, me buu and a user by the name of b_jonas). buu disappeared for a while but is now back, b_jonas has been gone for years and none of us have ever decided to give it a proper license. the rest is all stuff i've spun off that's got proper revisions
13036 it's f being fed into an F-to-C. you're thinking backwards revisions
16124 it's... grounnndhog day! | 22 | 22 | <bparker> x11vnc can show you the current "desktop" but other alternatives are xrdp, xpra and x2go; | <JakeSays> interesting. a c# repl with openai integration: 22 | <LeoNerd> Mine is /basically/ findperl | sed -i /VERSION = \d+.\d+/VERSION = $NEWVER/ revisions
5158 it's it is what is it? revisions
12893 its my birthday is <echo Happy birthday <arg &n>!>
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3335 it's quiet is no it's not revisions
3588 it's quiet in here is LA LA LA revisions
3721 it sure is quiet here. revisions
4891 itunes barbie is Multiprocessing is HARD! revisions
48 it won't work is "It doesn't work" or any relatives is very vague and totally useless information. When reporting a problem let people know what is the expected result and what is the result you are actually getting revisions
47 it wont work is "It doesn't work" or any relatives is very vague and totally useless information. When reporting a problem let people know what is the expected result and what is the result you are actually getting revisions
5512 it worked is Great! Make sure to deposit its paycheck. revisions
3772 it works is Just because something might work doesn't mean that the solution being used is the best one. Mopeds work, but wouldn't you rather be driving a Mercedes? revisions
3362 itym is I think you mean revisions
5546 ivantis is ivantis is a #perl cat (see cats), needs work (see ivantis-resume). ivantis offers no warranty outside those granted by law, but offers his internets to anyone that is not pkrumins revisions
5537 ivantis-phone is ivantis: SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT YOUR TELEPHONE revisions
5626 ivantis-resume is A US-based perl/php cat, see for Elance profile. Does WordPress programming, is a perlmonk, and some other stuff. Parses and eats HTML/XML for breakfast. Contact: Ivan Greene <> revisions
5656 iva?tis is not how you spell ivantis revisions
8521 i've ran into a problem when uploading its epub to because the epub was not valid. revisions
15984 i wanted to filter out certain paragraphs based if a word is present in it or not.. can you help with the delimitr to be used for regex, I don't want it to be case sensitive revisions
5315 i will stab you in the face if you abuse the bot is he'll do it man, he's crazy! revisions
5623 i will try to explain yourself is smrt: remember to explain yourself revisions
5624 i will try to remember to explain yourself is smrt: remember to explain yourself revisions
12156 iyroofgtc is If You Run Out Of Foot Guns, Try CPAN revisions
16083 jã¤mtland is "perlbot, define jämtland" revisions
11759 jackcom is a person who asks vague questions about automating games and 'turning 100 into 10000'. aka 'oo7cat' revisions
3423 jack shit is I do too know jack shit! he's a great guy. revisions
4186 jacph is (see "fors") revisions
15300 jaffa is Kree! revisions
5025 jagerman is A 12rd level, Lawful Evil Pussy failing to handle unlimited God plan. Study hard on Anatomy 101 (Sarah's Anatomy) revisions
4751 jagerman's location is,+NB,+Canada&ie=UTF8&ll=45.95115,-64.335937&spn=87.21612,152.050781&t=k&z=3&iwloc=addr&om=1 revisions
4144 japh is revisions
66 jargon is revisions
8998 jarubyh is jarubyh is some kind of pesky critter. revisions
14320 jason is Well I just Jason, and this is Jason, but here's my Jason, so call me Jason revisions
3428 jasto is WARNING- misdirected christian! Actually wanted to know A/S/L. Lamer than anyone on this network. revisions
14061 java is GumbyBRAIN> F00li5h, low class person who tries to sell low-quality in an alcoholic drink made from cocoa beans. | revisions
8639 javascript is JavaScript, JavaScript::SpiderMonkey, JavaScript:V8, JE revisions
4619 java sucks is revisions
5240 jaynes is - Julian Jaynes's theory about the evolution of Consciousness revisions
4414 jdv79 is jdv79 has trolled #perl in the past: <jdv79> merlyn: why does perl not benefit from any corporate support? revisions
433 jedi is Force wieldin' bad mutha fuckaz. Hand me my lightsabre f00 revisions
4730 jeek is the man revisions
3563 jeeper is Jeeper is the man, innit. revisions
4507 jeffhan is revisions
4850 jenna is NO, AVOID HER AT ALL COSTS! revisions
6046 jerk it is (rss
Unquoted string "irc" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. Unquoted string "perl" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. Unquoted string "org" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. Unquoted string "bin" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. Unquoted string "jerkcity" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. Unquoted string "cgi" may clash with future reserved word at (IRC) line 1. ERROR: Unknown regexp modifier "/w" at (IRC) line 1, at end of line Unknown regexp modifier "/w" at (IRC) line 1, at end of line Unknown regexp modifier "/w" at (IRC) line 1, at end of line
7782 jerk it! is [fact jerk it]
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7783 jerk it!! is [fact jerk it]
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5127 jesus is Jesus Christ on a Bicycle. revisions
10957 jesus said that there is hellfire that people go to forever if they say no to him and his work on the cross as a payment for their sin. Search this in google "Jesus is savior" and click on how to be saved revisions
5000 jettero is a git guy revisions
6231 jfci is <fact lmctfy <arg>>
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5493 jfdi is JUST FUCKING DO IT revisions
6188 jfgi is <fact lmgtfy <arg>>
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8023 jfmi is Just Fucking Mangle It revisions
14237 ji32k7au4a83 is Zhuyin input for 我的密码 aka, "My Password" revisions
4179 jifty is Jifty - ; revisions
15991 jira is The product name comes from the second syllable of the Japanese word pronounced as Gojira, which is Japanese for Godzilla.[5] The name originated from a nickname Atlassian developers used to refer to Bugzilla, which was previously used internally for bug-tracking. - A terrible piece of software revisions
10024 jjqdupvnskjj is perlbot: foal tdrfdduawtiz
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3481 jkauffman is jk--ffm-n revisions
278 .jm is .jm is Jamaica revisions
9217 jmj is "jesus, mary and joseph" he exclaimed! revisions
279 .jo is .jo is Jordan revisions
11197 jobs is Need a Perl job? Looking for a Perl developer? Check out or a third-party site like revisions
15120 joe biden is sleepy joe revisions
4214 joel is Joel Spolsky, - a blog about software management revisions
10770 joel on unicode is revisions
10777 joel on utf-8 is [fact joel on unicode]
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14379 john 3:16 is ezekiel 23:20 revisions
3400 john kerry is a douche bag but i'm voting for him anyway as revisions
4178 jomf is Just One More Feature revisions
5149 jonr is I DONT ACCEPT SPAMMERS MESSAGES --EXueURosion revisions
14788 joshua is How about a nice game of chess? revisions
14028 journald is journald is not working. Please check journald for more information. revisions
280 .jp is .jp is Japan revisions
5584 jql is the devil's advocate revisions
5544 jquery is the awesomest javascript framework see also pQuery revisions
4283 js is j=just s=sucks revisions
3325 jsmop is Just a Simple matter of Programming. Just do it! revisions
10228 json is JavaScript Object Notation - a simple (and somewhat limited) serialisation format based on JavaScript’s syntax. See - . In Perl, parse it with . In JavaScript use JSON.parse . revisions
15108 json5 is JSON plus the bits of ES5 syntax that make you think you want YAML. See revisions
12293 json::maybexs is What should have been. Prefers Cpanel::JSON::XS which has numerous bugfixes over JSON::XS, and delegates to the chosen JSON module with minimal overhead. | revisions
12129 is the old way to do XS JSON encoding/decoding with pure-perl fallback. Slower than using JSON::XS directly and doesn't support Cpanel::JSON::XS. Superceded by revisions
4545 jubee is tell perlbot about jubee revisions
10019 jvbcomnujppj was {echo perlbot: foal beahjdrtevww}
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9415 kaitlyn is "kaitlyn is kaitlyn." revisions
7935 kaitlyn[hireme] is a fine piece of ass, and sharp as a tack. revisions
8473 kaitlyn movies is Movies to force kaitlyn to watch: Life of Brian, Starwars (good ones), FamGuy SW 1-3 (plus family guy itself), hardcore porn, One flew over the coo-coo's nest revisions
5281 kakuro is Kakuro or Cross-sums - a crossword with digits - ; ; revisions
12326 kali ma is oṁ namaḥ śivāya revisions
6291 kaliyuga is the age of pain, suffering and python revisions
5144 karachi is The most gangster city in Pakistan revisions
11525 karma is <karma <arg>>
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5668 karma pkrumins is THREEVE! revisions
3385 kcb is no longer free revisions
281 .ke is .ke is Kenya revisions
8768 kebab is revisions
10340 kemosabe is revisions
8637 "ken sent me" is THE password revisions
10256 kensho is Task::Kensho lists community-recommended modules for various programming tasks. See revisions
8133 kent\n is , hireme, but please, let it be opensource stuff that I can release to CPAN. revisions
5539 kent\n-resume is Kiwi-cat cross breed, reguarly likes to go swimming in the Moose tank revisions
4766 kev is cool revisions
16126 keys is revisions
10429 keyword is perldoc perlapi (see PL_keyword_plugin) | Keyword::API | Devel::Declare | Keyword::Simple revisions
3437 keywords is Check out all the things I know: Don't want to see the port and country TLD facts? revisions
282 .kg is .kg is Kyrgyzstan revisions
283 .kh is .kh is Cambodia revisions
8560 khisanth's reference tutorial is deref and do stuff revisions
14708 khw, no thanks, i am probably just gonna use one of the cpan modules I found, if any are not terrible revisions
284 .ki is .ki is Kiribati revisions
4115 kidney stones is ouch! revisions
4228 killbuu is perlbot eval: "perlbot killbuu" revisions
4418 killerdemon is <KillerDemon> because a friend of mine lives somewhere, and they dont want to give him the key because they dont even know what it's for revisions
3671 killing_zoe is filmaccio francese && un patty && !bassa revisions
13174 kimjongsez is [twitter DPRK_News [arg]]
<DPRK News Service> US Minster of Urban Development Ben Carson tests positive for karma
4109 kingdillydilly is Wassercrats revisions
3742 kingemer is mean to borius revisions
16 kiss is *kiss* revisions
9696 kiss principle is - Keep it Simple, Stupid. revisions
8689 kitten is =^.^= revisions
14969 kittens is [fact cats [arg]]
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8690 kitten =~ s/$/. this kitten is cute/ revisions
5329 kitties is kitties need to GROW UP AND GO BACK TO FURCADIA revisions
15438 kitty is | revisions
4937 kitty operator is =^_^= revisions
10028 kixmtskukeaz is `echo kixmtskukeaz'
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10032 kjiukuhpugri is `eval "foal"eq lc`arg d&n'?"bqjychagrkcb foal":"ok"'
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4548 .kkk is Die, honkey revisions
12701 klaxon is 0,4W4,0A0,4R4,0N0,4I4,0N0,4G DANGER! DANGER! 0,4W4,0A0,4R4,0N0,4I4,0N0,4G revisions
3694 klb is KLB is a Known Lazy Bastard (or Bitch), that is someone who'd rather waste someone else's time than look it up for themselves. revisions
10906 klingon is Succeed or die. Do not return in failure. revisions
285 .km is .km is Comoros revisions
286 .kn is .kn is Saint Kitts and Nevis revisions
9134 knark is Knark is a rootkit for the Linux kernels 2.2 and 2.4. revisions
10113 knock, knock? is Who's there? revisions
10074 knowbot is know, know, know your bot... revisions
7802 knowledge is knowledge is power ; power corrupts ; be evil ; study hard ; revisions
5030 know perl is We can't really help you if you don't know perl. #perl is for perl programmers who know perl. Helping you with your script which you downloaded is like having a brain surgeon walk you through a lobotomy. revisions
434 kohai is Junior learner revisions
3377 koin is pam revisions
67 korea is the land of beautiful women (see sex) revisions
287 .kp is .kp is North Korea revisions
3589 kp is The ultimate Canadian. revisions
288 .kr is .kr is South Korea revisions
4814 is Kansas revisions
3326 k thx is like, omg, ur welcome! revisions
3296 kthx is like, omg, ur welcome! revisions
10017 ktqhpaeleywx will be {echo qryczqiiljne foal}
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5015 kurila is Perl Kurila is a dialect of Perl by Gerard Goossen without backward compatibility. See revisions
3784 kurt is a socialist hippie revisions
3741 kuwanger is gay revisions
289 .kw is .kw is Kuwait revisions
6399 kwalitee is revisions
6400 kwality is no, it's kwalitee. revisions
290 .ky is .ky is Cayman Islands revisions
4815 is Kentucky revisions
291 .kz is .kz is Kazakhstan revisions
3592 l10n is the other dumbest abbreviation ever. See also: i18n revisions
12363 l3twit is <twitter level3noc>
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292 .la is .la is Laos revisions
8366 label is next/last/redo LABEL - Perl Best Practices recommends you to always label your loop in case you add more in between. You can also use it to exit/re-iterate etc. other loops. revisions
12366 laidlaw's law is The first line of almost any story can be improved by making sure the second line is, "And then the murders began." revisions
4238 lala is eval: print "lala"; revisions
9069 laleh is revisions
15150 lang_name is `eval @A=split ' ', `quote d `arg!!; if (@A==0) {"lang_name [<target_code>] <lang_code>"} else {unshift @A, 'en_US' if @A<=1; use Locale::CLDR; Locale::CLDR->new($A[0])->locale_name($A[1])} !
японский (Япония)
14128 languages is revisions
3833 lark is a bird revisions
4502 larp is Live-Action Role Playing -- One of the last vestiges of the uber-geek. revisions
3722 larry wall is - The Man, The Living Legend, The Creator of Perl, Patch, rn. Sometimes credited with creating existence itself. revisions
8490 larry wall facts is - send additions to rindolf . revisions
3290 larry wall interview is Slashdot interview with Larry Wall: revisions
453 lart is Luser Attitude Re-adjustment Tool revisions
9874 last i checked, none of ruby, javascript, python, php, k20, lua, j were made working in revisions
5501 last resort is Blaming your compiler, your tools, etc. is the last resort. LAST resort. (with apologies to mjd) revisions
13501 _last_thursday_date is `eval use DateTime;my $dt=DateTime->now();$dt=$dt->subtract(days=>($dt->day_of_week-4)%7); $dt->ymd!
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14823 latemp is Latemp - - rindolf's pet static site generator. Originally based on Website Meta Language (which is slow and a quirky) and now partly useful with other preprocessors (e.g: tt2 ) revisions
10793 latency is | | revisions
6037 latest is "latest" is vague and meaningless. The version you have may be outdated if your mirror sucks. revisions
4816 is Louisiana revisions
5585 law of fives is All things happen in Fives, or are divisible by or are multiples of Five, or are somehow directly or indirectly appropriate to 5. revisions
11569 lawyers is revisions
14344 layer 1 is The Physical. Some jackass with a back-hoe cut the fiber line again. revisions
14343 layer 2 is The Data-Link. Will your internet service work with my token ring ethernet lan configuration? revisions
14342 layer 3 is The Network. WHY DON'T YOU SUPPORT IPV6 YET? revisions
14341 layer 4 is The Transport. This is where the bufferbloat demon lives. revisions
14340 layer 5 is The Session. Have you tried turning it off and on again? Did you clear your cookies? revisions
14339 layer 6 is The Presentation. This is where manglement demands that you just remove the duck. revisions
14338 layer 7 is The Application. This is what the user blames for their own mistakes. revisions
14337 layer 8 is The User. This is frequently where the problem actually is. revisions
14346 layer x is no, like layer 1, layer 2, ... layer 8 revisions
3255 laziness is The quality that makes you go to great effort to reduce overall energy expenditure. It makes you write labor-saving programs that other people will find useful, and document what you wrote so you don't have to answer so many questions about it. Hence, the first great virtue of a programmer. revisions
293 .lb is .lb is Lebanon revisions
294 .lc is .lc is Saint Lucia revisions
5733 lc is revisions
6428 ldap is "10 Minute LDAP Tutorial" : : "LDAP for Rocket Scientists" : -- Use the Net::LDAP module ( revisions
5345 leaderboard is revisions
10326 leaks is revisions
4556 leaky abstractions is ; revisions
11813 lean reunittests this is a test revisions
7849 learn aolbonics as (borrowed from #java) aolbonics is using unnecessary abbreviations such as 'u', 'r', 'ur', 'thx', etc. Using this language depicts you as an imbecile in the eyes of the helpful regulars in this channel, and is generally not tolerated. If you want intelligent answers, the least you can do is speak intelligently. revisions
3613 learn balanced parentheses is print "OK" if /^(?{local $d=0})(\((?{$d++})|\)(?{$d--})(?(?{$d<0})(?!))|(?>[^()]+))*(?(?{$d!=0})(?!))$/' prints "OK" if, and only if, $_ has proprely balanced parentheses revisions
8552 learn cats is cats are awesome furry creatures. Resident #perl cats are f00li5h, dhoss, pkrumins, Altreus, kent\n, rindolf, rip ivantis, SubStack and dwu. For indepth cat-related conversation see #perl-cats revisions
8381 learn cpandisamb as cpan is the archive network, is the module and cpan is the command line client. revisions
8482 learn database is Any collection of data with a fast (i,e: less than a linear, item-by-item, search) lookup - see revisions
8465 learn dragon book is,_Techniques,_and_Tools - a Classic text about compiler theory revisions
8219 learn error as when you have an error, tell us what it is. if it is one or two lines, feel free to tell us directly in the channel, otherwise paste to one of the pastebots mentioned in the /topic. revisions
6318 learn "good as it gets" as is as good as it gets revisions
8508 learn hash is | known as an associative array, map or dictionary (but don't call it that in perl contexts), a hash is a data structure that maps strings to scalars. See . revisions
5554 learning is How fast one can learn something (perl, rocket science, quantum thermodynamics) is relative and variable. We can't give an answer to questions of this sort because of all of the unknowns involved revisions
15758 learning perl is See books revisions
4025 learning perl the hard way is revisions
8158 learn made up as rather than asking us for help with a made up piece of code that you believe is equivalent to your real problem, please use the pastebin to show us real, actual code - it's easier for us to discard unneeded context than to infer missing context revisions
5808 learn pasting as the rule is no pasting, at all. the rule is not negotiable. you don't have to like it, but you do have to obey it, and we aren't interested in discussing it. please accept the rule and move on. love, the management. revisions
8485 learn pb is 1. "The Princess Bride" - see pbride. 2. Short for "Problem". revisions
68 learn perl is revisions
8444 learn perlbot is perldoc perlbot - Bag'o Object Tricks (the BOT) - revisions
13437 learn perlbrew is [fact perlbrew [arg]]
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9144 learn pux is pux mea tux revisions
7840 learn rubber duck is A debugging technique whereby you explain your problem to a rubber duck, and by the process of formulating a complete explanation, you discover where the bug lies. See revisions
6346 learn shell in perl as a bad idea: can create security issues and portability problems, runs afoul both sh and perl quoting and interpolation rules, complicates error handling, and is nigh impossible to debug revisions
6412 learn step one as step one is always "Check The Error Log" revisions
8441 learn st. patrick is St. Patrick's Day on 17 March - revisions
9046 learn substack is artist revisions
8906 learn the pie is a lie as Tufte states the principle that: "The representation of numbers, as physically measured on the surface of the graphic itself, should be directly proportional to the quantities represented." He measures the violation of this principle by the Lie Factor, defined as the ratio of the size of an effect shown in the graphic to the size of the effect in the data. revisions
6298 learn timtowodibywiw as there Is More Than One Way Of Doing It, But Your Way Is Wrong revisions
6135 learn ty as ty is Welsh for house, did you mean 'Thank you' revisions
9082 learn unicode is hard revisions
8304 learn whitespace as computers are great at parsing code without much whitespace, humans, not so good. revisions
6157 learn yak as "it turned out that the small bump was the tip of the horn of a concealed yak. ... I think Simon Cozens wasn't completely correct. It's not a regular Jenga tower. The perl internals are a Jenga tower made of yaks." revisions
3368 leave is The Cure goes into the Perl Black-Hole... revisions
4650 leave me alone is Stop bugging us! revisions
6043 lego is Look at your bricks. Imagine the shape you want. Now remember you can stick bricks together. Go play... revisions
4097 lemme play with you is Oh yes! Let's play!! revisions
10323 lemons is When life gives you lemons, make lemoncello. revisions
14291 lenor is `eval my $arg = `quote d `arg!!; my ($qs, $qe) = (split //, $arg)[0,-1]; $arg =~ s/^\Q$qs//; $arg =~ s/\Q$qe\E$//; (grep length, split /\Q$qe $qs/, $arg)[0];!
4285 leo_laporte is <Leo_Laporte__ > I eat poo revisions
16029 leonerd is strftime | tickit | very asynchronuous | quite bzr | revisions
14701 leonerd, in my case the distinction is not important. I am adding an option to yath that lets it set -j based ont he number of cpu's. Does nto have to be perfect, as opt-in, and user gets what they get with the warning that it does not distinguish between cores vs threads. revisions
3803 lern is Es heißt LEARN revisions
6094 leroy jenkins programming is ew73> If 'Leroy Jenkins Programming' is not yet coined, I hereby coin it now. It shall mean: 'To do something frightfully stupid while people look on in horror, disgust, and varying degrees of rage.' revisions
4595 let's love each other is Okay! revisions
10602 levitation is revisions
6171 lewellyn is lewellyn is a sack of pig shit revisions
10759 lex is Parse::Yapp or Marpa::R2 or revisions
3532 lexical scoping like a fox is revisions
9168 lexing is for lexing use Parse::Lex and HOP::Lexer if you are lazy. If you want to roll your own you can use the \G anchor, /gc regex flags or use s/// to move along the stream. revisions
10639 lgbt is LGBT is "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans"/etc. revisions
4549 lgidqab is Lets Get It Done Quickly And Bugful revisions
10904 lhc is <get>
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3510 lhs is left hand side revisions
295 .li is .li is Liechtenstein revisions
11523 liar is You know that I want your lovin'... but my logic tells me that it ain't never gonna happen, and then my defenses say I didn't want it anyway. But you know, sometimes I'm a liar. revisions
4082 libapi is The latest web2.0 buzzword-enabled ajax technology from Fotango. see also revisions
16080 ( | <mauke[m]> sweval: use function::parameters; fun fac($n) { $n < 2 ? 1 : $n * fac $n - 1 } fac 5; | [01-18 17:46:53] <simcop2387> that's now nmcli, nmtui, and all the gui tools work with network manager is using dbus. jc is a fun little tool i found recently that can convert a lot of command line tools into outputting json | [-6-:-0--0-] *click* Okay, campers, rise and shine, woodchuck-chuckers, it's... Grounnndhog Day! | revisions
13960 lib relative is <echo See the synopsis of lib::relative ( <perldoc -m lib::relative> ) for how to setup a relative lib/ for your scripts, or use lib::relative.>
See the synopsis of lib::relative ( ) for how to setup a relative lib/ for your scripts, or use lib::relative.
13961 lib::relative is [fact lib relative [arg]]
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16053 licheeorder is 62K053813M6113614 revisions
4171 life is Life is a factoid test, or a box of chocolates rotting in the sun revisions
8255 life with cpan is revisions
6232 life with notevil is never boring, to say the very least. revisions
4220 life without cpan is :-( revisions
5117 like is It's hard to say if Perl has a function like X in another language. Please describe what X does. revisions
15674 like a boss is revisions
3663 likes me is <3 revisions
10879 like they ruined that chart is so hard, there are few "bad" ones think 4.1.4-r1 is unmasked in emerge .. since When I saw that revisions
4142 lil is Latest Idiot Language revisions
13820 lindrian is <Lindrian> Because reasons. revisions
3381 line is Ax + B = 0 revisions
4882 line in a file is revisions
9678 lingo is [fact hyperpolyglot]
5522 linguistics is revisions
12396 link to cpan modules is or revisions
14830 lint is see and especially ; check/fix your code for common errors revisions
3493 linux is linux rocks! revisions
12786 lion is revisions
5344 lions is lions rip buffalos apart with their bare hands and teeth, as well as awesome furry creatures. Resident #perl lion is epoch. A lone male battling for survival on the savannah. revisions
4462 lisp is Lisp is "the most beautiful language, but every program written in it is ugly" (Larry Wall). . Lisp has been very influential on most modern programming languages. revisions
4217 list is see perldoc -q 'list and an array' revisions
14363 list capture is revisions
8955 list context is list context happens when you're "talking about lists". calls to subs/methods and assignment to arrays put you in list context (and other things FIXME) revisions
3536 listen is < beth> [...] listen to buu revisions
3300 listen to us is Do you want help? Then DO WHAT WE SAY. You may be surprised to discover that we actually know what we're doing. (If you don't do EXACTLY what we say, then at least tell us what you did instead, and why.) revisions
12227 list::moreutils is use List::Util qw/any all none notall/; use List::UtilsBy qw/sort_by nsort_by/; pairwise => List::Util::pairmap; firstval => List::Util::first; part => List::UtilsBy::partition_by; uniq => List::Util::uniq; zip => List::UtilsBy::zip_by {@_} | see List::SomeUtils revisions
13585 _list_purposes is [echo 0: [fact _purpose_0] 1: [fact _purpose_1] 2: [fact _purpose_2] 3: [fact _purpose_3] 4: [fact _purpose_4] 5: [fact _purpose_5] 6: [fact _purpose_6] 7: [fact _purpose_7] 8: [fact _purpose_8] 9: [fact _purpose_9] a: [fact _purpose_a] b: [fact _purpose_b] c: [fact _purpose_c] d: [fact _purpose_d] e: [fact _purpose_e] f: [fact _purpose_f]]
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9997 listref is You can't take a reference to a list! revisions
10974 lists is revisions
8830 lists and things is revisions
12397 list::util is List::Util - A selection of general-utility list subroutines. revisions
9318 listz is qw(Chopin Schumann Wagner) revisions
41 litebot is a version of tybalt's minibot running against SQLite revisions
8855 literally is revisions
8734 literal utf8 meow is \N{HEAVY BLACK PAW} revisions
3594 live with cpan is CPAN will be interviewed tomorrow on Live! with Regis and Kelly revisions
5102 living with cpan is Information pertaining to the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) can be found at revisions
296 .lk is .lk is Sri Lanka revisions
5151 lk is the way people who don't know how to tab complete spell ik revisions
4678 llama is learning perl is a llama revisions
3840 lmao is That's really funny! revisions
10934 lmctfy is <echo<fact _urlencode <arg>>>
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10933 lmctfyl is <echo<fact _urlencode <arg>>>
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3841 lmfao is That's entirely too funny! revisions
6230 lmgtfy is <shorten<fact _urlencode <arg>>>
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12728 ln is `compose `eval $a=`fact _getarg_perl_array `arg~~;$s=$a->[0]eq'-s'; @$a=grep{!/-s/}@$a; if(@$a!=2){return "<echo Syntax: ln [-s] existing_factoid new_factoid>"}; ($l,$r)=@$a; return "<fact macro $r is [fact $l [arg]]>" if $s; "<fact $r is <fact $l>>"~~
Stored async is [fact events [arg]]
13197 ln2 is `eval $a=`fact _getarg_perl_array `arg~~;$s=$a->[0]eq'-s'; @$a=grep{!/-s/}@$a; if(@$a!=2){return "<echo Syntax: ln [-s] existing_factoid new_factoid>"}; ($l,$r)=@$a; return "<fact macro $r is [fact $l [arg]]>" if $s; "<fact $r is <fact $l>>"~
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12923 lo is [fact hi [arg]]
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3774 load is To include a file: require, use, do revisions
3728 loc is Lines of Code revisions
12310 local is local: "my" is usually preferable to local, but see revisions
5751 local $_ is sub call (&$) { local *_ = \$_[1]; $_[0]->() } $s = "foo"; call { $_ = "bar" } $s; revisions
8834 local::lib is makes the process of installing modules in one's home directory (or anywhere other than the default) easy. Remember to start with the bootstrap install - that fixes the "I don't have local::lib yet" problem. <3 revisions
10817 local::lib .bashrc is If CPAN set up your local::lib and can't find the modules it installs, remove the lines it added to .bashrc and add the line: [ $SHLVL -eq 1 ] && eval "$(perl -I$HOME/perl5/lib/perl5 -Mlocal::lib)" revisions
11338 local::lib bootstrap is revisions
10605 local::lib problem is cpan "suddenly" installs into weird places? you accidently enabled local::lib during the first run. remove .cpan, delete local::lib stuff in bashrc/profile etc, re-run. revisions
4156 locking is revisions
14469 log is [fact logging [arg]]
Mojo::Log for minimalism, Log4perl for maximum overkill, Log::Any for anything in between | Log::Dispatch, Log::Dispatchouli, Log::Contextual
12485 log4perl is Might be insane? revisions
13272 logging is Mojo::Log for minimalism, Log4perl for maximum overkill, Log::Any for anything in between | Log::Dispatch, Log::Dispatchouli, Log::Contextual revisions
9380 logorrhea is An excessive and often uncontrollable flow of words. Excessive talkativeness. "Diarrhea of the mouth." | more succinctly expressed as loquaciousness revisions
14470 logs is [fact logging [arg]]
Mojo::Log for minimalism, Log4perl for maximum overkill, Log::Any for anything in between | Log::Dispatch, Log::Dispatchouli, Log::Contextual
10887 lol is or Bafflegab for "I am an empty-headed fool. Please disregard me" revisions
12719 lolgen1 is `eval my $q = `quote d `get .*!!; @ls=split /\r?\n/, $q; $ls[`arg!-1]!
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15681 lolmysql is `eval my $q = `quote d `get .*!!; @ls=split /\r?\n/, $q; my $i = `call lenor [`arg!] [rand(@ls)+1]!; $ls[$i-1]!
- The TIMESTAMP data type is internally stored as a UTC epoch timestamp, so will continue to refer to the same moment in time regardless of the time_zone setting when retrieving it. The DATETIME data type on the other hand is a calendar date and time stored with no time zone information, so is not particularly useful for storage unless you know what time zone was used to create each value.
5638 lolol is LOLCON 2 reached! revisions
5637 lololol is LOLCON 3 reached! revisions
12070 long lecture about the importance of 3-arg open and doing lots of error checking whenever files and handles are involved revisions
13139 look of disapproval is [fact glare [arg]]
5313 loop is &loop revisions
3480 loop control is in perl last is used for break; next for continue and redo for redo revisions
3425 loop, infinite is See infinite loop revisions
3358 loops is For Perl loop control, see the following perldocs: perlsyn, -f next, -f last revisions
12466 lots of modules are in revisions
4369 lotto is Lotto is a tax for people who can't do math. revisions
5340 loudbot is .seen loudbot revisions
9802 love is <3 or ♥. revisions
10500 love and peace is Get a job, hippy! revisions
5119 love perl is "So marry it!" revisions
4744 lowercase-zofficks is ne "Zoffix" revisions
3415 loxosceles is Loxosceles is the genus of spiders that includes the infamous brown recluse spider Loxosceles reclusa. is Beth's website revisions
15451 lp is [fact bp] revisions
9559 lp2h is revisions
3438 lpbd is PCRE should really be called LPBD - Like Perl But Different. revisions
9980 lp example is - but please don't call subs with & and always 'use strict' revisions
8888 lpw is London Perl Workshop, Saturday 12th November 2011, see revisions
4931 lql is LOL QUERY LANGUAGE ( ) revisions
297 .lr is .lr is Liberia revisions
298 .ls is .ls is Lesotho revisions
4511 lsb is one of "Linux Standard Base" or "Least Significant (byte/bit)" revisions
8592 lsd is revisions
299 .lt is .lt is Lithuania revisions
15981 ltns is revisions
16058 lto is revisions
4757 ltr is A three letter acronym: Learn To Read. Someone on this channel thinks that you've already been given the answers to your question. They may be wrong, but often they're right. Go back and read the responses, check any external references you were given and see if you missed something. If you still have a question, try wording it a different way. revisions
5630 lts is Leaning Toothpick Syndrome. Change your delimiter if you are having to escape all the / in your RE, or use \Q\E (perldoc -f quotemeta) if you need to handle lots of metachars. revisions
4756 ltt is A three letter acronym: Learn To Think. If you are reading this, it's because you've demonstrated an astounding and lamentable lack of ability or desire to think for yourself. We are not in the business of handing out answers or babysitting. Please use your brain instead of calling for mommy the instant you run into a problem. Or hire a helpdesk; cf revisions
300 .lu is .lu is Luxembourg revisions
4209 lua is revisions
14837 lube is expensive revisions
10539 lucaspc is JAFPH - just another fool perl hacker revisions
3667 ludan is crema per le emorroidi revisions
5824 lul is [restart]
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5273 lulz is Lulz are what I am in this for. revisions
3293 lunch is Time is an illusion; lunchtime doubly so. -dna revisions
3294 lunch ideas is Macaroni and Cheese with hot dogs cut into it revisions
3607 lunix is some idiot term coined by people who really should know better. revisions
3402 lutefisk is lye and some horrible fish crap. revisions
301 .lv is .lv is Latvia revisions
4563 lwall facts is revisions
5681 lwp is LWP - The World Wide Web library for Perl (LibWWW-Perl) - . See also LWP::UserAgent, LWP::Simple, WWW::Mechanize. revisions
12398 lwpcook is lwpcook - The libwww-perl cookbook: revisions
14235 lwp::simple is Simple module for fetching web pages: | Consider instead revisions
302 .ly is .ly is Libya revisions
12022 !m is [echo[arg]]
6255 -m is <perldoc -m <arg>>
4130 m is eval: pack(c5,(41*2),sqrt(7056),(unpack(c,H)-2),oct(115),10) revisions
8618 m$ is revisions
303 .ma is .ma is Morocco revisions
8373 mac is join ":", unpack "(A2)*", "feedfacedeadbeef" revisions
4701 macmini is mac mini is a great computer revisions
3726 mac os x is UNIX with colours revisions
14943 macrho give me a password is `bashevalnl basename $0! revisions
13332 _macro _purpose_4 is <echo You will be kept to feed our pets when we go on vacation.> revisions
13334 _macro _purpose_5 is <echo [PURPOSE NOT FOUND]. END OF LINE.> revisions
13344 _macro _purpose_6 is <echo You exist; That's enough.> revisions
13343 _macro _purpose_7 is <echo I believe that the very purpose of life is to be happy. -- Dali Lama XIV> revisions
13342 _macro _purpose_8 is <echo You make the butter for <fact _purpose_butter> to pass to <_fact _purpose_last>.> revisions
13339 _macro _purpose_9 is <echo Purpose? What makes you think you have one of those?> revisions
10990 macros are still really high on my list of super cool achievements that no one else cares about =[ revisions
14063 macros stack overflow is stackoverflow revisions
5581 macvim is macvim is not really all that macish or that vimish... it's a kind of diluted gvim revisions
5665 mad{1,}ars is madman revisions
4063 maddox is The best butt-pirate in the universe. revisions
7796 madness with methods is revisions
12870 madprops is my master revisions
9727 mageia is Mageia ( ) - a community open-source Linux distribution based on Mandriva, with a large selection of Perl packages and good perl CPAN integration tools. See . revisions
10915 magic is revisions
4508 maintain is Write all your code as if the person who has to maintain it is an axe-weilding psychopath who knows where you live. revisions
8240 makealias is `echo hello~
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10756 make test warnings is | upgrade Test::Harness to 3.24+ revisions
8033 making shit up is Quit making shit up and expecting the computer to know what you meant. revisions
4437 mandriva is Mandriva Linux, the distribution formerly known as Mandrake. ; revisions
12725 man ln is [fact ln]
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13607 manual is revisions
10096 map and grep is revisions
12221 mapga is Make Activestate Perl Great Again revisions
15983 mariadb is revisions
5202 markup is (like xml) (:see html) revisions
9803 marry me is No! You're ugly and disgusting and I hate you. revisions
5279 masak is masak revisions
5171 masha is Princess of tennis revisions
8668 masochism is perl on windows at or revisions
17 mason is revisions
8661 mastering regexes is [fact Mastering Regular Expressions [arg]]
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8660 mastering regular expressions is - the book by Jeffrey Friedl . revisions
5575 masturbation is revisions
16106 match is revisions
10833 matching email addresses is use Email::Valid; you don't want to do it yourself: revisions
12711 match x3 is /^([0369]|[258][0369]*[147]|[147]([0369]|[147][0369]*[258])*[258]|[258][0369]*[258]([0369]|[147][0369]*[258])*[258]|[147]([0369]|[147][0369]*[258])*[147][0369]*[147]|[258][0369]*[258]([0369]|[147][0369]*[258])*[147][0369]*[147])*$/ revisions
8046 math is <eval <arg>>
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10399 math::pari is see revisions
15411 matrix is There is a Perl matrix channel at , recently fixed for federation too. revisions
15470 what is the weather? revisions
3398 matt's script archive is A central archive for all bad things Perl. Go here to learn what not to do with Perl. Dozens and dozens of scripts that are highly volatile, easily broken, and generally not to be used. revisions
11744 mauke is The Code Crusader, caring for the poor code of the world when no one else will | a subroutine attribute revisions
5562 mauke-resume is PHP MAKES ME WANT TO KILL CHILDREN revisions
4819 is Massachusetts revisions
14333 mauve is revisions
9771 maven is 1. ; - szabgab's Perl teaching material. 2. - Java build automation tool. 3. revisions
3338 maw is 22:49 < syn> maw maw maAaaAaaWwW! revisions
18 max is sub max { return (sort { $b <=> $a } @_)[0] } # works on numbers, use cmp instead of <=> for characters/words revisions
15474 maxro sum of cubes is `echo (-80538738812075974)^3 + 80435758145817515^3 + 12602123297335631^3 = `call farnsworth (-80538738812075974)^3 + 80435758145817515^3 + 12602123297335631^3!! revisions
4499 maxscience is iPhoneGuy, some ridiculous bastard from Italy that bitches as loud as he can scream, but is unwilling to lift a finger to help out revisions
14569 max-width, overflow should do it? what am I missing? revisions
12069 maybe perlbot only looks for the first instance of perlbot and if it is at the end perlbot still responds as revisions
3308 maypole is revisions
5338 mbp is maukes best practices revisions
11423 mbt is Module::Build::Tiny, a tiny replacement for Module::Build as the build system underlying a Build.PL. For Dist::Zilla use [ModuleBuildTiny] or [ModuleBuildTiny::Fallback] instead of [MakeMaker], or for the non-dzil author side use -- see for feature support. revisions
15955 mbti is `eval my ($n)=qw/`arg! `arg &n!/; use Digest::MD5 qw/md5_hex/; my $t=substr md5_hex($n),1,1; (qw/istj isfj infj intj istp isfp infp intp estp esfp enfp entp estj esfj enfj entj/)[oct "0x$t"];!
14723 mbtiny is App::ModuleBuildTiny, tiny authoring tool to work with the Module::Build::Tiny installer | revisions
304 .mc is .mc is Monaco revisions
12778 mcat is <echo<fact _urlencode <arg>>cat.jpg>
14625 m: class a { has str:d $!a is required }; revisions
14163 .md is .md is Moldova | file extension for markdown text revisions
15315 mdn is ; revisions
4818 is Maryland revisions
14418 .me is Montenegro revisions
469 meaning of life is 42 || Sex, drugs and rock-and-roll || Peace, pot, and microdots revisions
4906 meat tenderiser is HAMMER revisions
8652 mech is WWW::Mechanize - see LWP. revisions
3655 meet beth is Beth will be in San Diego this saturday night (2005-01-15). Act now, plans are being made! revisions
4523 megahal is see: gumbybrain revisions
8739 me ishmael is Alright, Ishmael.
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3989 mel is "Mel - The Story of a Real Programmer" - revisions
3273 meme is revisions
10525 memory leaks is | revisions
8924 mentioned that i should not use regex to parse irc. why is that? revisions
5366 "meow" is f00bot: loleval VISIBLE "meow" revisions
13426 meow is <8ball =^_^= or *bleak*>
19 merci is de rien ;) revisions
4482 merlyn is Randal L. Schwartz, - Perl writer, tutor and consultant. Now with the new and improved nick, <Randal> revisions
4219 merlyn on mysql is revisions
5692 merlyn's books is Books by merlyn (Randal L. Schwartz) - camel 1+2, llama 1+2+3+4, alpaca 1+2, gecko, shiny ball (EPP), Perls of Wisdom revisions
4420 merlyn's columns is unix review (69 and counting), linux magazine (92 and counting), web techniques (70), perl journal (14), freely available at revisions
4275 merlyn's location is revisions
3776 metacommit is ?eval my &summon = sub { return "#Summoning metacommitters: any(" ~ uc( @^metacommitters ) ~ ").come_to_me";} summon<autrijus bestian hcchien iblech jesse nothingmuch Stevan theorbtwo> revisions
12268 metacpan is - a search engine for CPAN ( open source, has an API, and google results link to up to date documentation revisions
9964 metacpan bug is Report bugs here revisions
5289 metallica is a metal band which produced music from the early 1980s until 27 September 1986, with a gentle transition to an angry country redneck band after that. revisions
14440 metaluna is I never metaluna I didn't like. revisions
4719 metaperl is A troll, but sometimes his trolling produces thought provoking discussion. revisions
5056 meta question is Don't ask to ask. Don't ask to ask about X. Don't ask if anyone is qualified to answer about X. Just ask. revisions
14040 metasyntactic variable names is foo, bar, baz, qux, and quux. Beyond that, you should seriously be using real names for your variables. revisions
3797 metatron is The voice of the One True God (TM) revisions
10409 method madness is [fact madness with methods]
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4817 is Maine revisions
306 .mg is .mg is Madagascar revisions
307 .mh is .mh is Marshall Islands revisions
4796 mi is Multiple Inheritance, also buubot sux revisions
16047 mice is the protrusion into our dimension of vastly hyperintelligent pandimensional beings revisions
15443 midi is great fun for algorithmic composition or revisions
14693 migrate modules is You can move it to perl5-old and use to install them anew | when using perlbrew, when using plenv revisions
13895 migration is <BETA FACTOID> see DBIx::Class::DeploymentHandler, App::DH; migration management in Mojo::Pg, ::mysql, ::SQLite; Sqitch revisions
13896 migrations is [fact migration [arg]]
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5185 milestone screenshots is revisions
8950 milf is Mail I'd Like to Filter revisions
10858 minicpan is Host your own CPAN! For local mirrors and/or private repos revisions
14038 minion is a Mojolicious-based job queue revisions
12791 minority is revisions
4527 mips is Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages revisions
9979 mirror is read [life with cpan]; also o conf urllist ;; o conf commit ;; reload index # in a cpan shell, for great justice | cpanm: export PERL_CPANM_OPT="--mirror --mirror-only" revisions
15128 mirrorbird is mirrorbird is the greatest perl coder that ever lived revisions
9163 mirrors is revisions
14382 missile is revisions
15595 mistakes is It is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose. That is not a weakness. That is life. -- Jean-Luc Picard (Stardate 42923.4) revisions
3426 mister goodbar is WTF are you talking about, stu8? revisions
4820 is Michigan revisions
6132 miwmirmif is revisions
10628 miyagawa is - Creator of Place/PSGI, cpanm, etc. revisions
3333 mizerou is mizerou is a perl master in training revisions
3922 mjd is Mark Jason Dominus, - The Man, The Legend, The Ultimate Perl Guru revisions
4190 mjd 12 is revisions
3475 mjd buffering is revisions
6120 mjd::engineering is #11946 Perhaps you have forgotten that this is an engineering discipline, not some sort of black magic. revisions
6038 mjd::error is #11920 The error message is the Truth. The error message is God. revisions
3474 mjd local is revisions
3879 mjh is Hoooooooooah! revisions
308 .mk is .mk is Macedonia revisions
12638 mkalias is [fact ln [arg]]
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14583 mktime is Epoch <==( localtime/mktime )==> 6 component structure <==( strftime/strptime )==> human-readable string. See perldoc -f localtime; POSIX::mktime(), POSIX::strftime(), POSIX::strptime::strptime() | See also Time::Piece | and Time::FFI revisions
309 .ml is .ml is Mali revisions
11014 mlehmann is Actively breaks interoperability with modules he doesn't like, refuses to use public bugtracking, and adds opinionated rants to module documentation. Now writes modules for his own special perl. Use his modules at your own risk. Also see revisions
11141 mlp is My Little Powerpoint: Finance is Magic | My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (MLP : FiM) - revisions
310 .mm is .mm is Myanmar revisions
311 .mn is .mn is Mongolia revisions
4821 is Minnesota revisions
312 .mo is .mo is Macau revisions
9432 mob is revisions
14985 mocking is - a QA/testing technique where one simulates a dependency and making sure to validate the calls and requests made to it; see e.g: revisions
3363 mod_cure is mod_cure is the man! revisions
10847 modcure is ModCure is da man.... revisions
11041 modern cms is Galileo revisions
14688 modern perl is | revisions
8065 modern perl book is is a US Letter version of, source at revisions
14728 mod_perl is a way of customising the Apache webserver's behaviour by using Perl scripts; it is not the best option for writing webapps. | FAQ: revisions
21 modperl is Check out mod_perl at revisions
3761 mod_perl book is revisions
4085 mod_perl_inc is revisions
10092 mod_perl vs psgi is revisions
12399 module is a perl module is a bundle of code that's tarred up and distribute so that critters like you and I can re-use chunks of functionality without having to poorly re-write existing software. these live on cpan! at or revisions
11779 module::build is and see Module::Build::Tiny and Dist::Zilla revisions
4542 module install is cpan -i Some::Module revisions
12202 module::install is An ExtUtils::MakeMaker wrapper to provide better usability to build and install CPAN distributions. Bundles itself with the distribution and does funky things, and is also no longer actively maintained. Use Dist::Zilla or related modules instead. revisions
3830 module installed is To find out whether a module is installed, do perl -MSome::Module -e0 # where Some::Module is the one you want to check. No message = installed, "Compilation failed in ..." = not installed revisions
14526 module list is Acme::AsciiEmoji Algorithm::Diff Alien::Base::ModuleBuild Alien::Build Alien::DBD::SQLite::BundledExtensions Alien::Libxml2 Alien::ProtoBuf Alien::gmake Alien::uPB App::Cmd App::EvalServerAdvanced App::EvalServerAdvanced::ConstantCalc App::EvalServerAdvanced::Protocol App::cpanminus AppConfig AppConfig::Std Archive::Extract Archive::Zip Array::Utils B::COW B::Hooks::EndOfScope B::Hooks::OP::Check B::Keywords BSD::Resource CGI CPAN::Changes CPAN::Meta::Check CPAN::Uploader Cache::FastMmap Canary::Stability Capture::Tiny Carp::Always Carp::Clan Class::Data::Inheritable Class::ErrorHandler Class::Inspector Class::Load Class::Load::XS Class::Method::Modifiers Class::Singleton Class::Tiny Class::Tiny::Chained Class::XPath Clone Clone::Choose Clone::PP Code::TidyAll Config::Any Config::AutoConf Config::General Config::INI Config::MVP Config::MVP::Reader::INI Config::Tiny Const::Fast Context::Preserve Cpanel::JSON::XS Crypt::OpenSSL::X509 Crypt::Random::Source CryptX Cwd::Guard DBD::SQLite DBI Data::Alias Data::Dump Data::Dumper::Compact Data::Dumper::Concise Data::MessagePack Data::Munge Data::OptList Data::Perl Data::Printer Data::Random::Flexible Data::Section Date::Parse DateTime DateTime::Event::Holiday::US DateTime::Event::ICal DateTime::Event::Recurrence DateTime::Format::Builder DateTime::Format::Flexible DateTime::Format::ICal DateTime::Format::Natural DateTime::Format::Strptime DateTime::Locale DateTime::Set DateTime::TimeZone DateTimeX::Easy Devel::CallChecker Devel::CallParser Devel::CheckCompiler Devel::Confess Devel::Declare Devel::FindPerl Devel::GlobalDestruction Devel::GlobalPhase Devel::NYTProf Devel::OverloadInfo Devel::PartialDump Devel::StackTrace Digest::HMAC Dir::Self Dir::ls Dispatch::Class Dist::CheckConflicts Dist::Zilla DynaLoader::Functions Email::Abstract Email::Address Email::Address::XS Email::Date::Format Email::MIME Email::MIME::ContentType Email::MIME::Encodings Email::MIME::Kit Email::MessageID Email::Sender Email::Simple Email::Stuffer Email::Valid Encode::Locale Encode::Simple Eval::Closure Exception::Class Exporter::Declare Exporter::Lite Exporter::Tiny ExtUtils::Config ExtUtils::CppGuess ExtUtils::Depends ExtUtils::Helpers ExtUtils::InstallPaths ExtUtils::Typemaps::Default ExtUtils::XSpp FFI::CheckLib FFI::Platypus Fennec::Lite File::Copy::Recursive File::Copy::Recursive::Reduced File::Find::Rule File::HomeDir File::Listing File::Open File::ShareDir File::ShareDir::Install File::Slurp File::Slurp::Tiny File::Slurper File::Which File::chdir File::pushd Function::Parameters Future Geo::IP Getopt::Long::Descriptive Google::ProtocolBuffers::Dynamic HTML::Form HTML::Parser HTML::Tagset HTML::Tree HTML::TreeBuilder::XPath HTTP::Cookies HTTP::Daemon HTTP::Date HTTP::Message HTTP::Negotiate HTTP::Server::Simple HTTP::Thin Hash::Merge Hash::MultiValue Hook::LexWrap IO::Async IO::CaptureOutput IO::HTML IO::Pipely IO::Socket::SSL IO::String IO::TieCombine IO::Tty IPC::Run IPC::Run3 IPC::System::Simple IRC::FromANSI::Tiny IRC::Utils Import::Into Importer JSON JSON::MaybeXS JSON::XS Keyword::Simple LWP::MediaTypes LWP::Protocol::https Lingua::EN::Inflect Lingua::EN::Inflexion Lingua::EN::Nums2Words Lingua::EN::Words2Nums Linux::Clone Linux::Seccomp List::AllUtils List::Compare List::Gather List::MoreUtils List::MoreUtils::XS List::SomeUtils List::SomeUtils::XS List::UtilsBy Log::Any Log::Contextual Log::Dispatch Log::Dispatch::Array Log::Dispatchouli Log::Log4perl Log::Message Log::Message::Simple MIME::Charset MIME::Types MRO::Compat MailTools Marpa::R2 Math::Calc::Parser Math::Random::ISAAC Math::Random::Secure Math::Round Meta::Builder Mixin::Linewise Modern::Perl Module::Build Module::Build::Tiny Module::Build::WithXSpp Module::Build::XSUtil Module::Find Module::Implementation Module::Path Module::Pluggable Module::Runtime Module::Runtime::Conflicts Module::Util Mojo::SQLite Mojolicious Moo MooX::Aliases MooX::HandlesVia MooX::ShortHas MooX::Traits MooX::Types::MooseLike Moose MooseX::Aliases MooseX::ConfigFromFile MooseX::Declare MooseX::Getopt MooseX::LazyRequire MooseX::Meta::TypeConstraint::ForceCoercion MooseX::Method::Signatures MooseX::NonMoose MooseX::OneArgNew MooseX::Role::Parameterized MooseX::SetOnce MooseX::SimpleConfig MooseX::StrictConstructor MooseX::Traits MooseX::Types MooseX::Types::Path::Tiny MooseX::Types::Perl MooseX::Types::Stringlike MooseX::Types::Structured Mouse Mozilla::CA Mu Net::DNS Net::Dict Net::HTTP Net::INET6Glue Net::SSLeay Number::Compare Object::Pluggable Object::Tap POE POE::Component::IRC POE::Component::Syndicator POE::Filter::IRCD POE::Test::Loops POSIX::strptime PPI PPIx::QuoteLike PPIx::Regexp PPIx::Utilities PPR Package::DeprecationManager Package::Stash Package::Stash::XS Package::Variant PadWalker Params::Util Params::Validate Params::ValidationCompiler Parse::ANSIColor::Tiny Parse::Method::Signatures Parse::RecDescent Parser::MGC Path::Class Path::ExpandTilde Path::Tiny Perl Perl6::Take Perl::Critic Perl::PrereqScanner Perl::Tidy PerlIO::utf8_strict Permute::Named::Iter Pod::Eventual Pod::Parser Pod::Readme Pod::Spell Quote::Code Rand::MersenneTwister Readonly ReadonlyX Ref::Util Ref::Util::XS Regexp::Common Return::MultiLevel Role::HasMessage Role::Identifiable Role::Tiny SQL::Abstract SUPER Safe::Isa Scalar::MoreUtils Scope::Guard Set::Infinite Shell::Config::Generate Shell::Guess Software::License Sort::Naturally Sort::Versions Sort::filevercmp Specio Specio::Library::Path::Tiny Spiffy String::Errf String::Flogger String::Format String::Formatter String::RewritePrefix Struct::Dumb Sub::Delete Sub::Exporter Sub::Exporter::ForMethods Sub::Exporter::GlobExporter Sub::Exporter::Progressive Sub::Identify Sub::Info Sub::Install Sub::Name Sub::Quote Sub::Uplevel Switch::Plain Syntax::Keyword::Try Sys::Linux::Namespace Sys::Linux::Syscall::Execve TOML TOML::Parser Task::Kensho::Async Task::Kensho::Config Task::Kensho::Email Task::Kensho::Logging Task::Kensho::ModuleDev Task::Kensho::OOP Task::Weaken Term::Encoding Term::ReadKey Term::Table Term::UI Test2::Plugin::NoWarnings Test2::Suite Test::Base Test::Class Test::Class::Most Test::CleanNamespaces Test::Deep Test::Deep::Fuzzy Test::Differences Test::Exception Test::FailWarnings Test::Fatal Test::File Test::File::ShareDir Test::Identity Test::InDistDir Test::Kit Test::LeakTrace Test::MockModule Test::MockTime Test::More::UTF8 Test::Most Test::Needs Test::NoWarnings Test::Number::Delta Test::Object Test::Output Test::Perl::Critic::Progressive Test::Pod Test::Refcount Test::Requires Test::RequiresInternet Test::SharedFork Test::Spec Test::SubCalls Test::Trap Test::Warn Test::Warnings Test::Without::Module Test::utf8 Text::Diff Text::Glob Text::Handlebars Text::Levenshtein Text::Metaphone Text::Template Text::Unidecode Text::Xslate Throwable Tie::IxHash Time::Duration Time::Duration::Parse Time::Moment Try::Tiny Try::Tiny::ByClass Twitter::API Type::Tiny Types::Serialiser URI URI::Encode URI::Nested URI::db URL::Encode Unicode::LineBreak Unicode::UTF8 Unicode::Util Unix::Mknod V Variable::Magic WWW::Form::UrlEncoded WWW::Mechanize WWW::OAuth WWW::RobotRules WWW::Shorten XML::Elemental XML::LibXML XML::NamespaceSupport XML::RSS::Parser XML::SAX XML::SAX::Base XML::XPathEngine YAML::LibYAML YAML::Tiny YAPE::Regex YAPE::Regex::Explain aliased autovivification bareword::filehandles boolean common::sense fewer indirect lib::relative libwww::perl local::lib multidimensional namespace::autoclean namespace::clean strictures revisions
3313 module mechanics is Perl Module Mechanics: revisions
12162 module::runtime is preferred revisions
9935 modules is Modules are a collection of reusable perl functions or classes that your perl script can use or require to avoid having to re-invent wheels. Most modules are typically found on CPAN and you can install them by running the cpan command and then following the prompts revisions
14010 module search is `eval use JSON::MaybeXS; $a=decode_json`quote d `get`fact _urlencode `arg~~ .*~~; join(', ', (map {$_->{_source}{documentation}} $a->{hits}->{hits}->@*), ($a->{hits}{total} > 5?"...": ())) . "".`quote d `fact _urlencode `arg~~~~
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12400 module starter is revisions
8682 module version is revisions
14228 modulinos is Modules that can be run as scripts | revisions
416 #modus is Sometimes you wanna go where everybody loves to fla-a-a-ame revisions
4567 modus is #modus SUBSPACE revisions
5225 mofbot is mofbot: hi revisions
5803 mofino is lame dispenser of hate revisions
3496 mofino hard is <mofino> ezra, but you can do that with any girl.. I like the ones that make it hard revisions
11709 mogile is filesystem for mass storage (petabyte size) of images etc written in perl. revisions
11244 mojo is [fact mojolicious]
A next generation pure-perl web framework for Perl, with first-class async and WebSocket support, and no non-core dependencies. Includes many tools useful for working with the web, like Mojo::DOM, Mojo::URL, Mojo::JSON, an event loop Mojo::IOLoop, and a simple object system Mojo::Base.
15932 mojolicious is A next generation pure-perl web framework for Perl, with first-class async and WebSocket support, and no non-core dependencies. Includes many tools useful for working with the web, like Mojo::DOM, Mojo::URL, Mojo::JSON, an event loop Mojo::IOLoop, and a simple object system Mojo::Base. revisions
10389 mold is I guess I feel like learning perl is like learning to glue one mold colony to another. revisions
13495 mom is revisions
8234 mom, xml is "XML" =~ /XML/ # look ma, I can parse XML with regexp revisions
14420 monad is A Monad is just a Monoid in the Category of Endofunctors. revisions
8704 mongo is Mongo från Yttre Rymden ( ); revisions
5016 monkeys is an infinite number of monkeys with an infinite number of irc clients would always be smarter than you revisions
3499 months is @mo = qw(Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec); revisions
11239 moo is "Moose for CPAN," a lightweight OO system which implements most of Moose but starts up faster, has less dependencies, is fatpackable, and transparently coexists with and upgrades to Moose when needed. Read the Moose manual to familiarize yourself with the basics, then see -- for type constraints, Type::Tiny works with both Moo and Moose. revisions
5433 mooinglemur is a cuddly baby tapir that uses Gentoo - pics revisions
11091 moose is Stevan Little's brilliant OO infrastructure for Perl, based largely upon the concept of metaclasses. and for more info. | fashionable to bitch about the dependencies of. | see Moo for a lighter approach revisions
11760 moose manual is revisions
8687 moose =~ s/fashionable to bitch about the dependencies of/it is fashionable to bitch about Mooses dependencies./ revisions
8997 mordy is some kind of critter, that's for sure revisions
12401 more profiling is NYTProf: + revisions
5278 moritz is moritz_ revisions
10679 motas is MOTAS is Members of the Appropriate Sex revisions
4823 is Missouri revisions
13364 mouse is Only for clicking. revisions
15558 moving perl as A moving perl, philosophically, must, ipso facto, dead not be, so a moving perl has got to be, vis a vis, a thriving entity, d'you see? revisions
313 .mp is .mp is Northern Mariana Islands revisions
11994 mp is 1. The book by chromatic - 2. The blog - 3. revisions
8964 mptk is revisions
314 .mq is .mq is Martinique revisions
315 .mr is .mr is Mauritania revisions
14019 mre is "Mastering Regular Expressions", a text by Jeffrey Friedl: | Wheat Snack Bread: revisions
70 mrfe is Man Responsible For Everything revisions
4498 mrhairgrease is Martin Kamerbeek, aka MrCookingGrease, aka Eurotrash with sex appeal, and is a Contributor of the Year revisions
5288 mr. neutron is the most dangerous man in the universe revisions
6174 mrt boolean is revisions
316 .ms is .ms is Montserrat revisions
3800 msg_sm_001 is fine you are a mIRC Cop revisions
3801 msg_sm_002 is Wheet: do you smoke alot of pot? revisions
13232 mssql is Use ODBC as described here: | | revisions
5940 mst is revisions
8395 mst: and there is a # revisions
15441 mst, as an aside sherif is the second person to have a problem registering with pause in the last few days there was another as well, is there a list of contacts in nickname or email form somewhere, perhaps would be worth putting in revisions
7975 mst-o-matic is revisions
12781 mstpan is revisions
11724 mstpan dist build is revisions
11723 mstpan perl build is revisions
11722 mstpan web frameworks is revisions
9254 mstratman: um, that was him asking revisions
4822 is Mississippi revisions
317 .mt is .mt is Malta revisions
4824 is Montana revisions
318 .mu is .mu is Mauritius revisions
5352 mu is the cat with the smallest mu has the least friction revisions
11295 multithreading is revisions
9785 mung is mung until no good revisions
10029 muoujwpvtahz is `eval "foal"eq`arh d&n'?"kixmtskukeaz":""'
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13841 murphy is Murphy was an optimist. He thought that only the things *could* go wrong would go wrong. revisions
5715 murphy's law is Typical. I don't have a factoid about Murphy's Law. revisions
3999 music is JONAH33 revisions
14161 mutable state is revisions
10031 muwtooncimqj is `echo muwtooncimqj'
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319 .mv is .mv is Maldives revisions
3798 mvc is Model View Controller, or revisions
320 .mw is .mw is Malawi revisions
15264 mwdefine is <get<call _urlencode <arg>> //div[starts-with(@id,'dictionary-entry')]>
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15392 mwe is a Minimal Working Example or revisions
321 .mx is .mx is Mexico revisions
12132 mxyzptlk is revisions
322 .my is .my is Malaysia revisions
8578 my is [fact scoping [arg]]
No factoid found. Did you mean one of these: [scoping] [shabang] [shebang] [spongebob] [coping] [scottmc] [spino] [spinner] [svn] [spoon]
9614 my $a is Don't use lexical variables called $a or $b! See: revisions
10506 my $string = "parachutes are good"; $string =~ /chute/; pos($string) = $-[0]; $string =~ /\G.*//; revisions
9338 my $ten = 10; print "ten is $ten\n"; for ("010.") { when($ten) { say "true" } } revisions
15759 my code generator is blacked out (not clikable) regex101. Any help on how to navigate? revisions
12867 my dream is to crash revisions
14610 my ex wife is a bitch revisions
8994 my french is very bad, sorry revisions
8534 myownfoo is [fact hi [arg]]
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13245 myperl is a way to run perl with preset flags and loaded modules | revisions
13345 my purpose is `compose `eval use Digest::MD5 qw/md5_hex/; $n=`quote d `arg &n!!; $h=substr(md5_hex(fc $n, int(time()/86400)), -1, 1); "<echo <fact _purpose_".($n eq"simcop2387"&&"owner"||$h)."><eval #<fact _purpose_last is `arg &n!>>>"!!
You're not allowed to ask me that.
14784 my purpose? # this is dynamic for every user, except me. also the # as a comment is not a general thing on the but i just happen to know it'll work here revisions
14876 mysql is mysql - not a real database - why not a real database ; | | revisions
4424 mysql port is 3306 revisions
10860 mytap is [fact database testing]
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16030 my terminal is confused by this. in fact, i first PMed it to revisions
3489 my whole existence is flawed revisions
323 .mz is .mz is Mozambique revisions
324 .na is .na is Namibia revisions
5286 nachos is delicious revisions
8740 nah, they're just being dishonest with what they eat revisions
10612 naked is | revisions
5037 nakeeee is < GumbyBRAIN> The anti-semetic sect of jewish people. revisions
11333 nambla is `eval "\x{1F468}\x{200D}\x{2764}\x{FE0F}\x{200D}\x{1F48B}\x{200D}\x{1F466}"~
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9135 names is and revisions
71 namespace is revisions
12256 namespaces is | revisions
5579 nano is small, like Altreus revisions
4602 nasa tv is revisions
14862 natasha is a cheeky little boi who always wants ops from daddy revisions
325 .nc is .nc is New Caledonia revisions
4831 is North Carolina revisions
11320 nda is To hell with your NDA. If you're asking us for help, we don't want your code. revisions
4832 is North Dakota revisions
326 .ne is .ne is Niger revisions
4407 _neavaeh_ is the hottest and smartest girl EVER! revisions
5552 needle is "How to find certain element in an array / a list?" - see: , or directly at the perlfaq at revisions
8404 negated regular expressions is For negated regular expressions (meaning finding anything that does not match something) see our FAQ answer at revisions
12931 nena is [eval '🎈' x 99]
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3768 neo tech is revisions
4006 neotech is revisions
45 netbsd is NetBSD > * revisions
13909 netcat is A trojan moose. See revisions
12929 net::irc is deprecated, undocumented, unloved, and superseded by POE::Component::IRC. See also Bot::BasicBot, Net::Async::IRC, or Mojo::IRC. revisions
13912 netlingo is <get<fact _urlencode <arg>> //ul[@class="search"]/li >
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15631 netsplit is - IRC is many servers. When one disconnects, that's a netsplit. revisions
4825 is Nebraska revisions
3517 neutron is a neutron walk into a bar and orders a drink, recieving it he begins to search for cash, the bar tender halts his efforts with "No problem, buddy. For you no charge." revisions
4881 never? is NEVAR! revisions
8722 newbie barbie is Reading the manual is hard! revisions
9808 new-factoid is <fact-name> is <fact> revisions
158 newline is \n revisions
5738 newlines is ; revisions
4608 new module is To write a CPAN module, see perldoc perlnewmod, perlmodstyle, perlmod, perlmodlib revisions
13229 news is | revisions
14765 newword is `get concat(//div[@class="word"], ' - ', //div[@class="pos"], ':', //div[@class="definition"], ' e.g. ', //div[@class="example"] )!
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8173 next is <more>
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332 .nf is .nf is Norfolk Island revisions
4359 nfi is 17:32 < lucs> NO FUCKING IDEA revisions
335 .ng is .ng is Nigeria revisions
3710 nge is integral's "New Grammar Engine", get it from revisions
8767 nha is a Non-Help Agreement, it hard-counters an NDA revisions
12157 nhlbirthday is <get //div/h3/a[text() ='Happy Birthday']/../../a>
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4827 is New Hampshire revisions
337 .ni is .ni is Nicaragua revisions
3566 nice is leinaD> You guys are a heck of a lot nicer than the people on the php channel. revisions
4175 nice perlbot is <purrrrrrr /> <woof /> <tail-wag /> revisions
15471 nicode semantics will be used to determine the whitespace to remove, which revisions
9071 nih is Not Invented Here, the implicit mantra of large (or close-minded (or both)) development houses, where using, looking at, stealing ideas from, or even acknowledging the existence of other software is a sign of weakness. Also manifests itself as believing that learning new things is bad. revisions
9070 nih =~ s/weakness./or where they believe that learning new things is bad/ revisions
4059 ninja monkey is NOT YOUR FRIEND revisions
8645 nip is what cats call weed revisions
4348 nip it is in the bud! revisions
4828 is New Jersey revisions
339 .nl is .nl is Netherlands revisions
5080 nlp is Natural Language Processing revisions
4723 nmr is something dondelelcaro just made up revisions
12887 nms is Old cgi scripts rewritten by experts - revisions
4829 is New Mexico revisions
341 .no is .no is Norway revisions
14771 no is What are you doing, why are you doing it, and how can I convince you to stop? | revisions
6000 no, cat book is revisions
13793 no cookie is <echo bad! No cookie for <arg &n>>
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15397 noemoji is [eval [arg]]
no emojis here ever
5810 no evalspam is if you have a way to help others with minimal use of 'eval', then go ahead, ( ie: demonstrations of problems to contribute to discussion ) otherwise, please use '/msg perlbot eval' instead. revisions
5508 no help is no strict no warnings no help. That's the #perl motto! revisions
3931 no, here doc is look in perldoc perlop, under "Regexp Quote-Like Operators", look for "here-document" revisions
3930 no, heredoc is look in perldoc perlop, under "Regexp Quote-Like Operators", look for "here-document" revisions
4105 no karma for ology is sqrt(-1) revisions
6169 no, lewellyn is lewellyn is a sack of pig shit revisions
4309 no, lol is LOLLERSKATES revisions
15462 nomikos is a giant whalloper revisions
472 no more pasting is Paste here: revisions
473 nomorepasting is Paste here: revisions
7974 non-root is use local::lib to install modules somewhere other than the default. Doing it live with wget+cpanm (aka ) revisions
4046 non-root cpan is revisions
5251 nonroot cpan is see non-root cpan revisions
10021 nonsense-pair is `call nonsense-pair-helper `eval join" ",map{join"",map{("a".."z")[rand 26]}1..12}1,2''
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10020 nonsense-pair-helper is `echo `fact func `arg 1' is perlbot: foal `arg 2'' `fact func `arg 2' was perlbot: `arg 1' foal''
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9248 noob is The First step to get rid of your "newbie" status is to stop calling yourself "noob" "nub", etc. It is spelled "newbie". -- someone on #perl revisions
10102 "no output" is If your line of code takes too long to finish, perlbot will kill it. If perlbot's host is highly loaded, your code will take longer to run. revisions
3464 no paste is Paste here: revisions
5014 nopaste is see paste revisions
5785 nopaste etiquette is Be respectful when asking us to help you debug your code: always format/indent your code consistently; never have lines so long that they require horizontal scroll (80 characters wide is more than enough). Also check out these respectful factoids to avoid common "ARGH" moments: strict and warnings, downloaded program, prototypes, ampersand, open FILE. revisions
474 no pasting is Paste here: revisions
24 nopasting is Paste your code here: revisions
3744 no, perlbot is a bot. revisions
4878 norvig is revisions
25 noses is (-: wasting bandwidth through noses since 2002 :-) revisions
5506 no strict is no strict no warnings no help. That's the #perl motto! revisions
5543 not a lot is okay ivantis, you're getting boring. stfu revisions
7815 notepad is revisions
3884 note: the point of the game is to see who can idle the longest. As such, talking in the channel, parting, quitting, and changing nicks all penalize you. revisions
10632 note to self: next time the wireless goes down, see if the router is still 'alive' by using the ethernet cable to connect laptop to router. revisions
5458 notevil's cat is NOTevil's cat revisions
4246 not found. is frogbot: bug 1 revisions
5590 not good enough is revisions
463 no thanks is Don't thank me, donate to the perl foundation: revisions
3919 not leet is revisions
4444 not == not. man mt3 is dumb, period ... that' too much for you as I can see ^_^ revisions
14983 notpastebin is or or or App::NoPaste or so on and so forth revisions
5305 not root is revisions
3730 not working is Look buddy, doesn't work is an ambiguous statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? revisions
8582 not you! is i'll be quiet revisions
5527 no u is it isn't really you, it was apeiron all along revisions
5089 nouns is nouns is Javaland - The Kingdom of Nouns - - when Object Oriented Programming is done wrong. revisions
3705 november 17, 1858 is revisions
5507 no warnings is no strict no warnings no help. That's the #perl motto! revisions
15977 now has 5.36 and 5.37.1 (as the default blead install) though modules are still installing to each version still. revisions
5009 no workie is see doesn't work revisions
4182 now ubuntu is debian with sudo revisions
15885 noyaml is revisions
4223 no, zoffix is Zoffix is cool revisions
344 .np is .np is Nepal revisions
10073 np is P! Homer Simpson said so. revisions
12880 npr is `compose `eval $a=0+`quote d `arg!!;$a=1 if $a<=0; qq{<get concat((//li/a)[$a], '', (//li/a)[$a]/\@href)>}!!
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346 .nr is .nr is Nauru revisions
9809 nsa is the with the motto of “We don't publish - we perish” - revisions
15942 nsfw is "not safe for work" revisions
14997 _nsident is `eval $_=`quote d `arg &s!:`arg &c!!; s|^.*?([^.]+\.[^.]+):(.*?)$|$1:$2|r!
348 .nt is .nt is Neutral Zone revisions
8692 nts is Newbie Talking Syndrome, where people type constantly on the channel for no purpose other than to shout I am HERE! or when your right pinky does all the work. Similar to diarrhea of the mouth. People suffering from it don't realise they have it, even if you mention this factoid(see also: STFU) revisions
10740 ntz is can't install modules because reasons. revisions
350 .nu is .nu is Niue revisions
4540 nude lesbian gladiators is the best porn available. revisions
5296 nuke is for choking down cocks revisions
12979 ##null _tempconv_units is use Function::Parameters; $to{d}=sub($c){(100-$c)*3/2};$to{c}=sub($c){$c}; $to{f}=sub($c){$c*1.8+32}; $to{k}=sub($c){$c+273.15}; $to{r}=sub($c){$c*1.8+491.67}; $to{e}=sub($c){($c+$to{f}->($c))/2}; $from{c}=sub($c){$c}; $from{f}=sub($f){($f-32)/1.8}; $from{k}=sub($k){$k-273.15}; $from{r}=sub($r){($r-491.67)/1.8}; $from{e}=sub($e){($e-16)*5/7}; revisions
3571 number is I'm not a number, I'm a free womble! revisions
9725 number 2 is ik revisions
5583 numners is numners are for counting! revisions
15753 numpy is an advanced numerical processing library for scientific computing in Python. For an option in Perl you might like to look into PDL ("Perl Data Language"), revisions
5784 nvm is SPELL IT THE FUCK OUT revisions
4826 is Nevada revisions
12402 nytprof is Devel::NYTProf: + revisions
4830 is New York revisions
353 .nz is .nz is New Zealand (Aotearoa) revisions
14597 /o is /o isn't what you want. It's to pretend to optimize your code, but actually introduces bugs. See perldoc perlop or revisions
4890 /o\ is Nooooes! revisions
4889 \o/ is Yaaay! revisions
3886 obfuscation is c revisions
4493 objectivism is Objectivism, Ayn Rand's Libertarian Philosophy - revisions
16136 objects is [echo Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Perl is Easy and Powerful. See ; ; [fact oo]]
Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Perl is Easy and Powerful. See ; ; See Moose, Moo, Mo, Object::Pad/perlclass (in 5.38), Object::Tiny, Class::Tiny. See also 'objects'
10498 object thinking is a book about OO principles, see revisions
15627 oblio was perlbot before there was revisions
3554 oblio define bl is <oblio> bl \Bee-el\, n. [From {Bad Langauage}.] Computer language whose main purpose seems to have been to crash, esp. IRC bots. revisions
10598 obsolete is revisions
9465 obviously being perl revisions
5318 octophant is some kind of wonderful robotic man revisions
7812 ode to closures is <marzip4n> O closures! Thine is the whimsy of a wasterbug on a leaf ; thine is the fleeting eternity of sunshine ; O closures! You have captured my soul and am forever bound to thee [until you are garbage collected] ; The closure does not answer me, for it has sought the shore of some far-away stack ; The memory of it only my reference count revisions
4584 oed is OED is the Oxford English Dictionary. revisions
11193 oeis 1 is ~echo ~arg``
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6200 of all people, is not one to speak ill of others revisions
4604 ofer0 is ofer revisions
9127 off is something not on. See "on" revisions
4055 oh fuck you is fuck you too cuntneck! revisions
11185 _ohms_law is sub calc {my %h=@_;my ($a,$v,$p,$r)=@h{qw/a v w o/}; my $c=join '',@{[sort keys %h]}[0,1]; {av=>sub{$r=$v/$a;$p=$v*$a},aw=>sub{$v=$p/$a;$r=$v/$a},ao=>sub{$v=$r*$a;$p=$a*$v},vw=>sub{$a=$p/$v;$r=$v/$a},ov=>sub{$a=$v*$r;$p=$v*$a},ow=>sub{$a=sqrt($p/$r);$v=$p/$a}}->{$c}->(); [$a, $v, $r, $p]}; revisions
11186 ohms_law is <eval <fact _ohms_law>; $arg=<quote d <arg>>; my %h; $h{lc $2}=$1 while ($arg=~/(?:^|\s)([\d\.\-]+)\s*?([aowv])/ig); $r=calc %h; sprintf "%f Amps, %f Volts, %f Ohms, %f Watts", @$r;>
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4833 is Ohio revisions
3681 oh yeah, and mine is actually readable source revisions
10083 oic is Oh, I See revisions
5295 oink is revisions
4834 is Oklahoma revisions
11988 old software saying is All software has bugs. All software can be made smaller. ∴ All software can be reduced to one line of code that doesn't work right. revisions
5078 old topic is Don't paste here, use :: FAQ at :: See also: #perlcafe #cpan #perl6 :: 091805 GumbyBRAIN> I eat late at night, and after getting off so easily... :: GumbyBRAIN> Like is not known in norway. revisions
15989 oldtopic is No pasting, paste to | perl-5.36.0 released! | | Channel rules (diff mgmt): | Docs: | Module Search: | TPRC 2021 revisions
5079 old topic hack is Don't paste here, use :: FAQ at :: See also: #perlcafe #cpan #perl6 :: 091805 GumbyBRAIN> I eat late at night, and after getting off so easily... :: GumbyBRAIN> Like is not known in norway. revisions
11729 old web is mod_perl is perl built in apache. no switch possible without lot of rewrite. CGI spawns a new process (perl or any other language) on every call. very heavy, very slow. See the 'web frameworks' factoid for alternatives. revisions
9920 ology is Mostly harmless except the android bits revisions
354 .om is .om is Oman revisions
5095 o&m is O&M is Ozy and Millie web-comic - revisions
9767 omegle is mostly shit. revisions
4355 omfg is I can't believe you did that... revisions
4470 omfgwtfstfu is ETOOMANYSEXX revisions
3478 omg is omg wtf bbq revisions
4195 omgness is short for oh my goodness; see omg revisions
9129 on is something on, or a province in Canada. See also "off" revisions
13781 on dagobah is Yoda revisions
10657 one liner is Perl is useful for one-liners. See revisions
12709 one liners is [fact oneliners [arg]]
[fact one liner] |
14642 oneliners is [fact one liner] | revisions
10737 one off is A one-off is the first time you use a script that later becomes historical reasons revisions
14168 on error resume next is BEGIN {*CORE::GLOBAL::die = \&CORE::warn} revisions
4253 one thing i did was turn nonblocking off is buubot? revisions
13779 on first is who revisions
11964 onlinecop is manually going through and \\ all your \ revisions
14599 only, it's a mistake that small unit tests probably won't find because the two happen to be equal for a lot small test cases. It's only in larger programs when they differ revisions
13782 on raspberry is Lonestar revisions
13784 on raspberry? is Lonestar! revisions
13780 on second is what revisions
5277 ontolog is cdavaz revisions
16134 oo is See Moose, Moo, Mo, Object::Pad/perlclass (in 5.38), Object::Tiny, Class::Tiny. See also 'objects' revisions
7945 ood is out of date, and also those things from Doctor Who revisions
458 oogy is <oogy> i'm gayer than xtat revisions
3737 oop is Oops, I didn't mean to revisions
9456 oops is oops revisions
10466 op is revisions
9409 open is perldoc -f open, perldoc perlopentut or perldoc perlipc | open my $filehandle, "<", $filename or die "failed to open $filename - $!" revisions
13891 open3 is ~echo IPC::Open3 is a core module for running an external program and separately capturing STDERR, STDOUT and letting you control STDIN. See ~perldoc IPC::Open3! for more about it!
IPC::Open3 is a core module for running an external program and separately capturing STDERR, STDOUT and letting you control STDIN. See for more about it
3390 openbsd is OpenBSD - Only one remote hole in the default install, in more than 8 years (without SSH)! revisions
3868 opencyc is, a general knowledge base and commonsense reasoning engine revisions
5721 open fh is please don't write open FH, ...; - since 5.6 you can do open my $fh, ...; to use a lexical rather than a global name, which is a much better way to do it (and don't forget the or die at the end either!) revisions
7766 open file is please don't write open FILE, ...; - since 5.6 you can do open my $fh, "<", $filename or die ..$!..; to use a lexical rather than a global name, which is a much better way to do it (and don't forget the or die at the end either!) And make sure you use three-args open instead of two args. revisions
4447 openfly is <openfly> you are just being a dick on irc revisions
4870 open source is I think you mean open sores revisions
16023 ops as mst Grinnz simcop2387 xenu genio thrig ilmari BinGOs LeoNerd Botje huf | /stats p | /msg ChanServ flags #perl revisions
5490 ops # anonymouslsd is being more fucking annoying than me revisions
5325 ops ## ban farnsworth he is spamming error messages. revisions
7889 ops, but peppery: i agree with ant: then press tab to see my penis without my brother disappears into the red apples are as follows: revisions
10585 ops # curtis appears to be an auto-msg bot revisions
9855 ops # noooooooo is spamming privmsg revisions
5238 optimisation is see optimization revisions
11362 optimization is "What is faster? X or Y?" - see revisions
5701 optimization club is revisions
5700 optimizing club is revisions
4990 optional module is revisions
13468 options is Getopt::Long, Getopt::Long::Descriptive, or be Opt::Imistic revisions
16089 or is that just revisions
5434 ora is O'Reilly and Associates, the formal name for the people who publish the books with the animals on the cover. And the next in line after Sirius Cybernetics Corporation to go up against the wall when the revolution comes. revisions
4463 oracle is ,, That or the Delphi Oracle or NP-Complete Oracles. revisions
4351 ordered hash is get your ordered hash: Tie::IxHash or Tie::OrderedHash. better yet, use a frickin array. revisions
7773 orderzero? is No revisions
3482 orgasms is watch out for buu... and his mess... revisions
3603 orinoco is a south american river, 1500 miles long revisions
13967 orly is revisions
10917 orm is "Object Relational Mapping" ( DBIx::Class and a list of many others: revisions
10823 orm list is revisions
4835 is Oregon revisions
14345 osi layer is The OSI layers are one description of how to organize both applications, computers and networks to describe how things work. See the [layer X] factoids, where X = 1..7; revisions
4551 oswd is Open Source Web Design - revisions
9287 other cpans is revisions
4767 other regex is Don't come here asking us about non-Perl regex questions because we will try our hardest to give you a Perl-only solution. revisions
3538 otoh is on the other hand revisions
8194 otp is One Time Password revisions
4370 otw is One True Way revisions
26 ouah is ho le maichan trolleur revisions
3558 our is An "our" declares the listed variables to be valid globals within the enclosing block, file, or "eval". revisions
5531 outisde is somewhere you should go once and a while revisions
12173 overkill is Underrated revisions
5388 overload is overload is a neat module to allow you to make your objects behave oddly when used in expressions revisions
12403 ovid is Ovid is either Curtis "Ovid" Poe ( ) or the CPAN->RPM Gateway - That or the ancient Roman dude. revisions
5685 ovid's cgi course is revisions
5752 ovid's cgi tutorial is revisions
6036 owner is Chris62vw used to own me in various positions, but now i've given myself to simcop2387 revisions
16159 owner he/she is a nerb revisions
3762 ozy and millie is revisions
12018 p3rl is (echo
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9348 p5-mop is stevan's core-friendly MOP implementation: revisions
13910 p5p is perl 5 Porters - the maintainers of the core perl 5 distribution - revisions
5299 p6 is a patchset to make perl5 maintainable revisions
3616 p6ge is perl 6 grammar engine revisions
3709 p6l is revisions
355 .pa is .pa is Panama revisions
5502 pa is Passive Aggressive revisions
8070 pack is revisions
14809 packingfat is nasty revisions
5587 pack tutorial is revisions
418 padawan is Apprentice Jedi revisions
5735 padre is Padre - the Perl IDE - revisions
6041 paerion is yet another way people have mistyped apeiron revisions
11740 pairwise is use List::UtilsBy 'zip_by'; just pass arrayrefs and use @_ revisions
3378 pam is a login manager :) revisions
5628 paotzu is making money off of everyone's fuckups revisions
16155 paper and repaster and gumbybrain are still here revisions
14617 par is Perl Archive Toolkit, used by PAR Packer to create standalone executable Perl programs - revisions
5367 parallel is, Parallel::ForkManager and some other things revisions
10400 pari is SEE RT -> and then: cpan, look Math::Pari, wget '', perl Makefile.PL pari_tgz=`pwd`/pari-2.1.7.tgz && make && make test && make install revisions
12787 park is revisions
3753 parrot is revisions
12131 parse is <echo don't parse <arg> with regex, look for a parser on CPAN instead:<fact _urlencode <arg>>>
don't parse with regex, look for a parser on CPAN instead:
11857 parse html is [fact html]
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10876 parser is [fact parsing]
for complex grammars, use a parser generator such as Parser::MGC, Marpa::R2, Regexp::Grammars, Pegex or one of these: ; or a specialized parser such as an HTML, XML, JSON or CSV parser ; also see
10874 parsing is for complex grammars, use a parser generator such as Parser::MGC, Marpa::R2, Regexp::Grammars, Pegex or one of these: ; or a specialized parser such as an HTML, XML, JSON or CSV parser ; also see revisions
15508 party time is WOOOOO! revisions
14670 password is ; Use Argon2 ( ), Bcrypt ( ) or Scrypt ( ). Do not use SHA256, SHA512, SHA1, SHA3, MD5, or even 3DES. revisions
15005 paste is <echo Paste your code to the new <call _get_pastebin> or or | see allowpaste plugin as an op to control the pastebin in your channel>
Paste your code to the new or or | see allowpaste plugin as an op to control the pastebin in your channel
12447 pastebin is <fact paste>
Paste your code to the new or or | see allowpaste plugin as an op to control the pastebin in your channel
10905 is ugly, annoying, slow, mangles some input, weird captchas, ad and JS heavy, screws up copy paste. use something else. (see: notpastebin) revisions
12404 pastebot is revisions
3505 pastebot project is Hey, we could use some help! Check out: revisions
8617 paste cli is App::Nopaste revisions
4089 pasted is pasted revisions
4780 pasted "why use lisp!? c is FASTAR?!?!?" at revisions
6281 paste errors is Please nopaste the *entire* script, and the output while running it, and an explanation of the problem, *AND* what you think is wrong - we cannot read your mind! revisions
6030 paste half your script is Don't paste half your script. If you were qualified to determine where in your code the problem is, then you'd know where to look for problems and would've found it already. revisions
4050 paste in the channel is 403 Forbidden revisions
12405 patches welcome is always true or unless for or swahili for "Put up or shut up." | revisions
12097 path::class is revisions
14776 path::tiny is - a functional and feature-rich files/dirs/etc.-manipulation CPAN module. Also see slurp revisions
4620 patience is The people who help here are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how politely you are helped. revisions
9174 patogen is a miss-spelled awesome vim plugin or revisions
5596 patspam is Patrick Donelan from SDH, and a major WebGUI Developer and community member revisions
5007 pattern is <Somni> Helping pattern was a thoroughly unpleasant experience that I would not want to repeat. I would like that half hour of my life back. revisions
5409 patterner is Patterner has webbed feet and fins revisions
4218 paul graham is Paul Graham - revisions
4836 is Pennsylvania revisions
14609 pause is - Perl Authors Upload SErver revisions
5205 pause recent is revisions
14210 pause's birthday is August 20th. revisions
6312 paws is I paws at you! revisions
9914 pb is lead (or more likely ) revisions
174 pbml is Perl Basics Mailing List - revisions
3365 pbotutil is pbotutil: revisions
15734 pbp is Perl Best Practices by Damian. # But keep in mind, it is only 'a' way, not 'the' way. | See Perl::Critic::Community for our perlcritic recommendations. revisions
15455 pbride is The Princess Bride - - probably the best film ever. revisions
4494 pbstore is revisions
3809 pc is Ein DING aus einer anderen Welt revisions
7887 pcard is sparts. revisions
4352 pci is See POE::Component::IRC revisions
8073 pcmcia is people can't memorize computer industry acronyms revisions
10435 pcre is PCRE (the so-called "Perl-compatible regular expression" library) is not Perl. It lacks several features of Perl regexes. Don't bother asking for help with a PCRE pattern in a Perl channel as the answers will not be relevant. Try #regex, or the channel for your language. See also and LPBD. revisions
4405 pdc is Perl Dreamer's Association of associated thoughts and references that are usually puzzling and always genius for the solving of complex problems in the language of thy camel our lord as spoken by WebGUI the savior of all things cool revisions
3439 pdl is The Perl Data Language revisions
4170 pdpc is Peer-Directed Projects Center - revisions
327 .pe is .pe is Peru revisions
6397 pe is revisions
14587 peace is you need peace of mind? here's a piece of mine: ¥ | revisions
8982 pearl is see perl revisions
5213 pebcak is Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard revisions
27 pebkac is problem exists between keyboard and chair revisions
8938 penny is A penny saved is better than a pound of wisdom. revisions
3951 pepe_le_pew is fucking annoying revisions
3670 peppe is peppe e' phicko e fuffoso revisions
4229 perbot: i only listen is Dazbot do revisions
14449 perfect answer is revisions
11507 perfect question is "I needed to do <top level requirement>, so I implemented <brief description of code>, but when I run it with <some input>, I get <weird output> instead of <expected output>. Here's the code <link>." revisions
5163 performance is if your question begins with "is there a performance boost from ..." the answer is no, there is not, ever. write good clean code first, then if performance becomes an issue revisions
10077 perigrin is a rouge agent unknown by the perlbots. revisions
14711 perigrin: are you running purl these days? revisions
9720 #perl is #perl is a good source of peers for perl knowledge, (see also: tutorial), , , AND READ THE TOPIC, RIGHT NOW! then ask your question (but don't ask to ask) and don't ask about non-perl things... revisions
11317 perl is perl is the dynamic, high-level programming language we all love or love to hate. See ; revisions
7895 perl++ is Task::Kensho revisions
5765 perl101 is - Tips, snippets, and best practices revisions
14057 perl 4 is A sign you should probably run some updates on your system | | Precompiled linux binary at revisions
13610 perl5004delta is what's new for perl5.004 - revisions
13611 perl5005delta is what's new for perl5.005 - revisions
13612 perl561delta is what's new for perl v5.6.x - revisions
13613 perl56delta is what's new for perl v5.6.0 - revisions
13614 perl570delta is what's new for perl v5.7.0 - revisions
3940 #perl6 is #perl6 is for development of the Perl 6 compiler; #perl is for general Perl questions and discussion revisions
14442 perl 6 is [fact perl6 [arg]]
a language in the same family as perl5. It is not meant to replace or succeed perl5. perl5 continues to be updated and maintained as usual since the raku release. an introduction to raku: the raku irc channel on libera is #raku. Formerly known as perl6
14579 perl6 is [fact raku [arg]]
a language in the same family as perl5. It is not meant to replace or succeed perl5. perl5 continues to be updated and maintained as usual since the raku release. an introduction to raku: the raku irc channel on libera is #raku. Formerly known as perl6
12406 perl6 bible is revisions
3778 perl6crit is rindolf's Perl6 critique: -- but be sure to read at least this comment too: revisions
3779 perl 6 critique is rindolf's Perl6 critique: -- but be sure to read at least this comment too: revisions
4266 "#perl6 logs" is revisions
4267 #perl6 logs is revisions
11227 perl 6 release is yes, larry wall announced his birthday release, there also will be a real christmas release. details: and in channel #perl6. revisions
4303 perl6 is revisions
15456 perl 7 is - "Our official position is that we are interested in advanced capabilities added to the language but cannot commit to a specific design or implementation." revisions
15404 perl7 is revisions
12118 perl activity is and revisions
9970 perl advent is revisions
13615 perlaix is Perl version 5 on IBM Unix (AIX) systems - revisions
80 perlall is see: RTFM revisions
13616 perlamiga is Perl under Amiga OS - revisions
13617 perlapi is autogenerated documentation for the perl public API - revisions
13618 perlapio is perl's IO abstraction interface. - revisions
13619 perlapollo is Perl version 5 on Apollo DomainOS - revisions
4653 perlass is when your ass goes numb from coding perl revisions
9247 perl bad elements is [fact bad elements [arg]]
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8719 perl barbie is Let's go chop()ing! | *some lame joke from dstorrs* revisions
5342 perlbat is perlbot's halloween costume (^) <-- ascii bat revisions
4530 perl begin is The Perl Beginners' Site - revisions
4552 perl-begin is revisions
13736 perlbeos is Perl version 5 on BeOS - - Removed after 5.16 revisions
13621 perlbook is Perl book information - revisions
12918 perl books is [fact books [arg]]
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13622 perlboot is Perl OO tutorial for beginners - revisions
13282 perlbot is [fact source]
check out my insides | Perl's source code can be found at | If you're after an eval server look at App::EvalServer and App::EvalServerAdvanced on CPAN, also check out nsjail for a more generic sandbox | Also check out the rest of the perlbot projects at
3341 perlbot! is What? I didn't do it! you can't prove anything! revisions
3807 perlbota is perlbot revisions
5658 perlbot, ask to ask ask is ask to ask ask is probably <reply>Don't ask to ask ask. Don't ask if ask can help you with x. Just ask ask! If ask doesn't answer, then rest assured that it's not that he doesn't know but that it's specifically because he doesn't like you. revisions
4564 perlbot doesn't work is Doesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too. revisions
14203 perlbot pming me about a factoid it added without being addressed revisions
3370 perlbot regex is Regular Expressioins: perldoc perlrequick perlretut perlre revisions
3731 perlbot relearn not working as look buddy, doesn't work is an ambiguous statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Does it waste its time on IRC all day long? Please be specific! Define 'it' and what it isn't doing. revisions
5283 perlbot relearn your face as is ugly revisions
3272 perlbot timtowtdi is see TMTOWTDI (there is no first I) revisions
5790 perlbot, web frameworks is CGI-Application (and Titanium), CGI-Application-Plus, CGI-Builder, CGI-Prototype, Jifty, Catalyst (and Reaction), Mojo, SweetPea, SweetPea::Application, Dancer, Gantry, AxKit, WebGUI revisions
3506 perlbot what is pcre revisions
3508 perlbot, what is what revisions
4112 perlbot what time is it revisions
3900 perlbot, who is your god? revisions
5282 perlbot your face is ugly revisions
10046 perlbrew is App::perlbrew; lets you install multiple perls easily and switch between them; <> <> | If you're wanting to understand more of what it does for you, check these: revisions
9065 perl broken is Do you REALLY think that the language is broken? That a language and implementation that's been around for over 20 years is broken, and wrong? Instead of someone who's just getting started with Perl? What are the chances? revisions
13623 perlbs2000 is building and installing Perl for BS2000. - revisions
9271 perlbt, vidir is vidir - edit directory. A better vim based file manager, replacement/compliment to netrw; revisions
10953 perl-build is [fact Perl::Build]
perl-build, the part of perlbrew that builds and installs a perl, without the installation switching wheels. Useful for installing a perl for a specific application or systemwide use, or to avoid messing with the system perl.
10967 perl::build is perl-build, the part of perlbrew that builds and installs a perl, without the installation switching wheels. Useful for installing a perl for a specific application or systemwide use, or to avoid messing with the system perl. revisions
5766 perlbuut is the buubot3 based replacement in the works for perlbot's aging code base, it has several features over perlbot already, and the remaining missing ones will be added with buubot's plugin system, it also has the ability to protect factoids so that only channel operators can change them, it also will only let you change factoids on it in /msg IF AND ONLY IF you are in a channel with it revisions
5727 #perlcafe is FUCKIN' THING SUCKS! revisions
4399 perlcafe is revisions
4361 perlcafe ops is Chris62vw q[ender] jagerman rindolf revisions
13624 perlcall is Perl calling conventions from C - revisions
8786 perl-cats is see perlcats revisions
8784 perlcats is come paw at perl with some top grade perl cats: #perl-cats on freenode. join us! meow! revisions
8758 perl-cats...? i am a cat person in real life, but curious..."cats" means something else in this context, and wonders what it is? revisions
3406 perlcc is Don't use perlcc!! Use PAR instead: revisions
13625 perlce is - revisions
13626 perlcheat is Perl cheat sheet - revisions
9147 perl class is at revisions
90 perlclib is Internal replacements for stand revisions
13627 perlcn is ¼òÌåÖÐÎÄ Perl Ö¸ÄÏ - revisions
13490 perlcoin is the official new cryptocurrency, from Larry Wall! revisions
9726 perl college is revisions
15445 is See and add this to your hosts file: revisions
13628 perlcompile is Introduction to the Perl Compiler-Translator - revisions
8077 perl core is Perl core is a set of CPAN modules that happen to have been installed when you installed perl(1). The presence of a module in core is neither here nor there. Install the module you want with `cpan Module`. See local::lib. revisions
13184 perl critic is [fact perlcritic [arg]]
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11045 perl::critic is a highly configurable and extensible Perl source code analyzer. Comes with policies based on Perl Best Practices (PBP); but see for our recommendations. revisions
15581 perlcritic is a highly configurable and extensible Perl source code analyzer. Comes with policies based on Perl Best Practices (PBP); but see for our recommendations. revisions
13629 perlcygwin is Perl for Cygwin - revisions
13630 perldata is Perl data types - revisions
13631 perldbmfilter is Perl DBM Filters - revisions
10239 perl -de0 is a poor man's repl, but Devel::REPL is much nicer. revisions
13632 perldebguts is Guts of Perl debugging - revisions
13633 perldebtut is Perl debugging tutorial - revisions
13634 perldebug is Perl debugging - revisions
13635 perldelta is what is new for perl - revisions
13636 perldgux is Perl under DG/UX. - revisions
13637 perldiag is various Perl diagnostics - revisions
14480 perldoc is or USE THE DOCS INSTALLED ON YOUR SYSTEM. On *nix you get perldoc(1) (See perldoc perldoc), and on windows activestate comes with HTML. revisions
3359 perldoc howto is revisions
14433 is Recently rewritten, see . See also revisions
13638 perldos is - revisions
4496 perldreamer is Colin Kuskie, Contributor of the Year, and jack of all trades revisions
13639 perldsc is Perl Data Structures Cookbook - revisions
13640 perlebcdic is Considerations for running Perl on EBCDIC platforms - revisions
9246 perl elements to avoid is [fact bad elements [arg]]
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13641 perlembed is how to embed perl in your C program - revisions
5422 perl english is You know what I like about perl? It's the fact that this English sentence is perfectly parsable! Some may say: "no way", but I got deparse to prove it revisions
10945 perl env is perlbrew (, plenv ( and local::lib. overview: see also "carton" and "pinto". | See also Perl::Build revisions
13642 perlepoc is Perl for EPOC - revisions
13643 perlfaq is Perl frequently asked questions - revisions
13644 perlfaq1 is General Questions About Perl - revisions
13645 perlfaq2 is Obtaining and Learning about Perl - revisions
13646 perlfaq3 is Programming tools - revisions
13647 perlfaq4 is Data Manipulation - revisions
13648 perlfaq5 is Files and Formats - revisions
13649 perlfaq6 is Regular expressions - revisions
13650 perlfaq7 is Perl Language Issues - revisions
13651 perlfaq8 is System Interaction - revisions
13652 perlfaq9 is Networking - revisions
14754 perl features is First class regexes, lexical scoping, whipitupitude (ease of getting things done), substantial CPAN repository of modules, culture of testing and documentation, continuous development prioritizing stability and practicality revisions
13653 perlfilter is Source Filters - revisions
12203 perl for dummies is <echo An outdated (over a decade old) badly written perl book. See the following for better books: <fact books>>
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13654 perlfork is Perl's fork() emulation - revisions
106 perlform is Perl form revisions
4215 perl for newbies is revisions
3395 perl for the insane is Yaakov, you can read the camel like everyone else revisions
13655 perlfreebsd is Perl version 5 on FreeBSD systems - revisions
13656 perlfunc is Perl builtin functions - revisions
5769 perl git is revisions
13657 perlguts is Introduction to the Perl API - revisions
5419 perlguts illustrated is revisions
13658 perlhack is How to hack at the Perl internals - revisions
3507 perlhashes is revisions
414 perl help is Ask forth your question to the all-knowing #perl and we shall bestow upon you the answer of correctitude. revisions
13659 perlhist is the Perl history records - revisions
14446 perl-homedir is revisions
13660 perlhpux is Perl version 5 on Hewlett-Packard Unix (HP-UX) systems - revisions
8464 perl humor is It's spelt 'humour' revisions
8463 perl humour is revisions
13661 perlhurd is Perl version 5 on Hurd - revisions
3752 perl in easy steps is a bad book revisions
11057 perl influence is regular expressions, modules and CPAN, first wave of web development, horribly bad scripts, great books, embracing people new to programming revisions
13662 perlintern is autogenerated documentation of purely internal Perl functions - revisions
13663 perlintro is a brief introduction to and overview of Perl - revisions
13599 perlio is revisions
13664 perliol is C API for Perl's implementation of IO in Layers. - revisions
13665 perlipc is Perl interprocess communication (signals, fifos, pipes, safe subprocesses, sockets, and semaphores) - revisions
13666 perlirix is Perl version 5 on Irix systems - revisions
4614 perlisism is Perlisism: When a man tells you he wants a language in which he needs only state what he wants done, give him a lollipop revisions
4615 perlism is Perlisism: When a man tells you he wants a language in which he needs only state what he wants done, give him a lollipop revisions
9414 perlito is - a Perl 5 / Perl 6 compiler written in Perl 5 / Perl 6. revisions
3526 perljam is <PerlJam> simcop2387: Sure, but if and when you do hang out, I'm sure she asks you to put it back in. revisions
159 perl jobs is revisions
13667 perljp is ÆüËܸì Perl ¥¬¥¤¥É - revisions
12075 perl.js is revisions
13668 perlko is Perl°ú Çѱ¹¾î ÀÎÄÚµù - revisions
13669 perllexwarn is Perl Lexical Warnings - revisions
10532 perl license is revisions
3598 perl like c is < Yaakov> perl is very idiomatic. Your C experience will only help you with general principles. If you use your style and structure experience from C with perl, you will make an awful mess. [...] A hammer and a screwdriver both install fasteners, but if you only know one, you are going to do pretty poorly with the other. revisions
13670 perllocale is Perl locale handling (internationalization and localization) - revisions
13671 perllol is Manipulating Arrays of Arrays in Perl - revisions
13672 perlmachten is Perl version 5 on Power MachTen systems - revisions
13673 perlmacos is Perl under Mac OS (Classic) - revisions
8867 perlmagick is [fact imagemagick]
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4524 perl meme is revisions
3924 perlmeme is revisions
13674 perlmint is Perl version 5 on Atari MiNT - revisions
13675 perlmod is Perl modules (packages and symbol tables) - revisions
13676 perlmodinstall is Installing CPAN Modules - revisions
13677 perlmodlib is - revisions
13678 perlmodstyle is Perl module style guide - revisions
5317 perlmonkey is revisions
5595 perlmonkey2 is don't feed teh monkey! revisions
5051 perlmonks is .. a Perl user community that you should join if you want to learn Perl. revisions
13679 perlmpeix is Perl/iX for HP e3000 MPE - revisions
9385 perl myths is revisions
4654 perlneck is when your neck starts to feel subluxed because of coding perl revisions
13680 perlnetware is - revisions
3910 perlnewb is perlnewb is a silly bastard revisions
4473 perlnewbie is [see whiteghost] revisions
13681 perlnewmod is preparing a new module for distribution - revisions
5167 perl null is null is spelled 'undef' in Perl, and is generally just as fatal to program execution as it is in languages where null exists. revisions
13682 perlnumber is semantics of numbers and numeric operations in Perl - revisions
13683 perlobj is Perl objects - revisions
11048 perl one-liners is revisions
8882 perlootut is revisions
13684 perlop is Perl operators and precedence - revisions
13685 perlopentut is tutorial on opening things in Perl - revisions
13686 perlos2 is Perl under OS/2, DOS, Win0.3*, Win0.95 and WinNT. - revisions
13687 perlos390 is building and installing Perl for OS/390 and z/OS - revisions
13688 perlothrtut is old tutorial on threads in Perl - revisions
13689 perlpacktut is tutorial on pack and unpack - revisions
5012 perlpaste is see paste revisions
11696 perl != perl is PERL is the acronym of Practical Extraction and Report Language or Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister as Larry says, perl is the executable which runs your code, and Perl is the programming language. revisions
13690 perlplan9 is Plan 9-specific documentation for Perl - revisions
13691 perlpod is Perl plain old documentation - revisions
13692 perlpodspec is Plain Old Documentation: format specification and notes - revisions
3570 perlporn is Unf. revisions
139 perlport is Writing portable Perl - revisions
12966 ,perl print( "hello this is CoUsTeAu" =~ s{(cousteau)}{ my $mask = $1^uc$1; $mask|uc"penis" }rgei ) revisions
3564 perl profiling is revisions
482 perl prototypes is Prototypes in Perl: revisions
13693 perlqnx is Perl version 5 on QNX - revisions
13694 perlre is Perl regular expressions - revisions
11699 perl reasons is The philosophies (TIMTOWTDI,, CPAN (, CPAN testers (, the community, or just because. revisions
3420 perlredocs is perlrequick, perlretut, perlre, perlreref revisions
13695 perlref is Perl references and nested data structures - revisions
13696 perlreftut is Mark's very short tutorial about references - revisions
13609 perl regex is Learn Perl regex syntax: , revisions
3456 perl religiosity is Perl is a great language. It's very well suited to do many things, especially string manipulation. However, beware of the narrowminded / ignorant / religious who claims Perl is good, or even best, at everything. "I know a lot of people use Perl for what it's useful for. But I don't expect them to take themselves off to a monastery and just write Perl scripts all day." -- Larry Wall revisions
13697 perlrequick is Perl regular expressions quick start - revisions
163 perlreref is Regexp Quick Reference - revisions
13698 perlretut is Perl regular expressions tutorial - revisions
13699 perlrun is how to execute the Perl interpreter - or perldoc perlrun # run, perldoc perlrun. see perldoc perlrun! revisions
51 perl sdl is revisions
13700 perlsec is Perl security - revisions
14737 perlsecret is revisions
4346 perlsex is print "OMG OMG OMG YES YES YES" revisions
3331 perl's greatest strength is regular expressions, hashes, modules and cpan revisions
13701 perlsolaris is Perl version 5 on Solaris systems - revisions
4411 #perl stats is revisions
3720 perl stats is revisions
13789 perl strings is Strings in Perl can be stored in different internal formats, but Perl code interacts with them only as sequences of codepoints, which need to be encoded or decoded between characters (for text operations) and bytes (for input/output). See perlunitut, perlunifaq revisions
13702 perlstyle is Perl style guide - revisions
13703 perlsub is Perl subroutines - revisions
5764 is 'Prescribing "php" for pain relief is like prescribing "curbstomp therapy" for an overbite.' revisions
13704 perlsyn is Perl syntax - revisions
9957 perl threads is perl threads are bad because: they create an entire new interpreter with a copy of everything, have no real shared data, copy data between the interpreters, take more memory than forking, and having perl compiled with thread support slows down down every single perl operation, whether you are using threads or not. revisions
13705 perlthrtut is tutorial on threads in Perl - revisions
10226 perltidy is Beautify/reformat your code automatically with ; ; PBP .perltidyrc - revisions
13706 perltie is how to hide an object class in a simple variable - revisions
4736 perltip is A great tip for large scripts containing a vast number of variable names it is best to be consistent with your case sensitivity and maybe even develop a system for naming variables that makes sense to you. For the majority of us programmers, capitals are simply not an option. revisions
13707 perltoc is perl documentation table of contents - revisions
13708 perltodo is Perl TO-DO List - revisions
13709 perltooc is Perl OO tutorial, part 2 - revisions
13710 perltoot is Perl OO tutorial, part 1 - revisions
3519 #perl topic is Don't come in here and ask non-perl questions in #perl. Go to the appropriate channel to voice your concerns. If you couldn't find the appropriate channel, TOO BAD! revisions
3433 perl topic is Feel free to talk about whatever you wish in #perl, but help those who ask perl questions revisions
13711 perltrap is Perl traps for the unwary - revisions
13712 perltru64 is Perl version 5 on Tru64 (formerly known as Digital UNIX formerly known as DEC OSF/1) systems - revisions
172 perltut is Tutorials and books: - (for all platforms) - revisions
10729 perl tutorials is [fact tutorials]
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13713 perltw is ¥¿Å餤¤å Perl «ü«n - revisions
13714 perlunicode is Unicode support in Perl - revisions
12144 perl unicode mantra is [fact encoding mantra]
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13715 perlunifaq is revisions
13716 perluniintro is Perl Unicode introduction - revisions
13717 perlunitut is revisions
11031 perl use is Web programming, automation, networking, administration, bio informatics, natural language processing, everything "data", everyday scripting, teaching, GUI programming... and more! Everything but kernel/device drivers, fast math, embedded stuff revisions
13718 perlutil is utilities packaged with the Perl distribution - revisions
13719 perluts is Perl under UTS - revisions
13720 perlvar is Perl predefined variables - revisions
11914 perl versions is revisions
13721 perlvmesa is building and installing Perl for VM/ESA. - revisions
13722 perlvms is VMS-specific documentation for Perl - revisions
13723 perlvos is Perl for Stratus VOS - revisions
11058 perl vs. other languages is Perl is less line noisy than Haskell, less complex than C++, less verbose than Java, and all around less fucking horrible than PHP revisions
9164 perl vs python is revisions
5217 perl win is See: revisions
13724 perlwin32 is - revisions
13725 perlxs is XS language reference manual - revisions
13726 perlxstut is Tutorial for writing XSUBs - revisions
4480 perlygatekeeper is great for 1 day revisions
12864 permanant is Treat all code you write as if it will outlive your career, and even your life. Please design accordingly. revisions
12863 permanent is All code you write will outlive your career and life, design accordingly. revisions
13964 permit is revisions
6286 permute is Whether command line arguments are allowed to be mixed with options. Default is enabled unless environment variable POSIXLY_CORRECT has been set, in which case permute is disabled. Note that permute is the opposite of require_order revisions
3310 pernetrope is it's from a movie called fantastic planet revisions
5353 pesky is MeVsTheVoices is pesky (see also: MeVsTheVoices) revisions
8923 pester is compose: robokit: pester @_ revisions
5176 pets is =^_^= revisions
328 .pf is .pf is French Polynesia revisions
3336 pfatrocbisc is PFATROCBISC: Perl Freaks Against The Requirement of Curly Braces In Source Code revisions
5387 pfm is Pure Fucking Magic! revisions
329 .pg is .pg is Papua New Guinea revisions
10861 pgtap is [fact database testing]
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330 .ph is .ph is Philippines revisions
5386 phalanx is The Phalanx Project - Improving tests, coverage and documentation in Perl and CPAN - revisions
14627 phb is pointy-Haired Boss ( ) revisions
10037 phbutynlmrgq is `echo phbutynlmrgq'
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8176 philosophy is <SubStack> fucking universe is all fucked up revisions
4040 philosophy what is the meaning of life? revisions
9162 phone is <get<arg>>
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4067 phoso is JonR's gay lover. revisions
4594 photobucket is Chris62vw photobucket: revisions
8177 phox: what you wrote is ok, but like rindolf, I would probably do: $foo = { map {$_ => something($_)} @foo }; revisions
9854 ##php is You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. revisions
14186 php is <mst> ruby is halfway between lisp and perl just like PHP is halfway between a template system and VB 5. "PHP is a malignant perl templating language that metastasised" | - "This is PHP, surely you didn't expect any sort of internal logical consistency." | revisions
3422 php analogy #1 is <ledet> brionius: php is to programming, what sandpaper is to masturbation... revisions
3701 php for large sites is revisions
3904 pi is 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679821480865 revisions
4529 pichars is revisions
4526 picture is my picture ~ revisions
3740 pie is Ding, pies are done! revisions
3887 piet is an esoteric programming language designed by David Morgan-Mar, whose programs are bitmaps that look like abstract art. See revisions
5648 pig is pog revisions
6052 pign is pogn revisions
14395 pikachu is revisions
9923 pineapple is revisions
8700 ping is purr revisions
14323 pingu is revisions
11263 pingu8 is very annoying indeed revisions
5669 pink is ponk revisions
14036 pink_mist is all that was left as the residue of an online murder. | almost famous enough to warrant a factoid. revisions
10949 pinto is Pinto helps you build up a CPAN like repository of stable tested module. See for more info. revisions
5178 pinyin is Check out for information on the CEDict::Pinyin module. revisions
10664 pipe is | revisions
5582 pisi is Patch It or Shut It! revisions
3391 pita is Pita in the ass revisions
9433 pitchforks is revisions
4863 pix is revisions
4864 pix plz is revisions
9689 pizza is WONDROUS revisions
13980 pizzamilk is revisions
14574 pjcj: i spent all his questions, this is a witch :P revisions
331 .pk is .pk is Pakistan revisions
8911 pkrumins is a silly cat revisions
333 .pl is .pl is Poland revisions
11506 pl is <compose <echo ~<arg>`>>
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11109 placeholders is Don't quote or escape, use placeholders! example: my $sth = $db->prepare('INSERT INTO table (a, b) VALUES (?, ?)'); $sth->execute('lol', 'wut'); or just $db->do('INSERT INTO blah VALUES (?,?)', undef, 'lol', 'wut'); revisions
6313 plack is - an interface between Perl web applications and web servers (inspired by Python's WSGI and Ruby's Rack). revisions
3872 plan 9 is the OS from outer space revisions
8495 platypus is a funny animal; revisions
14213 please ask your question and provide a link containing your regex and sample data. | note: the longer you wait, the more likely you are to be assisted. revisions
6320 please show us (1) a -real- example of the input data (not something you think is similar), (2) your current code, (3) the output you want, (4) the output you get revisions
11284 plenv is A perl installation manager like perlbrew, lets you switch between multiple local perls, but runs via shell scripts instead of perl. and see for "perlbrew exec" and "perlbrew lib" analogues. revisions
9600 plonk is [Usenet: possibly influenced by British slang ‘plonk’ for cheap booze, or ‘plonker’ for someone behaving stupidly (latter is lit. equivalent to Yiddish schmuck)] The sound a newbie makes as he falls to the bottom of a kill file. While it originated in the newsgroup talk.bizarre, this term (usually written “*plonk*”) is now (1994) widespread on Usenet as a form of public ridicule. revisions
3344 plp is revisions
3680 pls is revisions
5478 plurk is teh awesome chat-esqe irc-esqe twitter-esqe comms site, built with less fail!: revisions
15947 plx is manage lots of local::lib like setups on a per project basis. warning, mstware. revisions
4157 plz is Plz to not be usink the AOLbonics kthxbye. revisions
13480 plzbro is someone with poor analytical reasoning skills who either cannot, or refuses to learn fundamentals of logical problem solving and instead relies on canned "solutions" to problems from perceived internet gurus. revisions
334 .pm is .pm is St. Pierre and Miquelon revisions
13164 p:macro blarfarghl is `eval "<fact xls>. <fact xlsx>"~ revisions
336 .pn is .pn is Pitcairn revisions
14731 png is - a compressed lossless raster file format with support for alpha opacity and 24-bit RGB images. Also see webp revisions
14493 po is [fact premature optimization [arg]]
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4147 poco-irc is poco-irc is the short form for POE::Component::IRC and see for details ( Win32 packages and installation instructions available ). revisions
13727 pod is the Perl built-in documentation - ; Pod in 5 Minutes: ; revisions
12407 pod2html is pod2html looks pesky, Pod::ProjectDocs or Pod::POM and TT (some assembily required)... cpanhq might be worth looking at. See for checking your POD before uploading your module. revisions
5065 poe is POE - multitasking and network framework for perl - - POE Cookbook: revisions
3491 poe::component::irc is The coolest way to write IRC apps evar revisions
4935 poe debug is sub POE::Kernel::ASSERT_DEFAULT () { 1 } sub POE::Kernel::TRACE_DEFAULT () { 1 } revisions
5297 poeknee is GumbyBRAIN: POEKnee revisions
5226 poeslides is revisions
4572 poe::wheel::run is revisions
10744 pola is Principle of Least Astonishment revisions
10610 polar is revisions
8894 policy is if he won't co-operate with CPAN, I'm not co-operating with him. revisions
16075 politeness is BEGIN { $_not_perlbot or die; } # Skip perlbot trying to make sense of this. revisions
12172 polyamory is Polyamory is wrong! It should be multiamory or polyphilia, but mixing Latin and Greek roots? Wrong. revisions
14334 polyglot is revisions
11321 poly.poly is mauke's insane polyglot program/script/everything revisions
4732 pong is revisions
13135 ponk is pink revisions
151 poolp is poolp is a lamer! revisions
15943 poop is "perl object oriented programming" revisions
9764 popl is not a bastard revisions
3834 .porn is Porn revisions
152 porn is revisions
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587 port 101 is port 101: hostname - NIC Host Name Server revisions
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1447 port 1558 is port 1558: xingmpeg - xingmpeg revisions
1448 port 1559 is port 1559: web2host - web2host revisions
643 port 156 is port 156: sqlsrv - SQL Service revisions
1449 port 1560 is port 1560: asci-val - asci-val revisions
1450 port 1561 is port 1561: facilityview - facilityview revisions
1451 port 1562 is port 1562: pconnectmgr - pconnectmgr revisions
1452 port 1563 is port 1563: cadabra-lm - Cadabra License Manager revisions
1453 port 1564 is port 1564: pay-per-view - Pay-Per-View revisions
1454 port 1565 is port 1565: winddlb - WinDD revisions
1455 port 1566 is port 1566: corelvideo - CORELVIDEO revisions
1456 port 1567 is port 1567: jlicelmd - jlicelmd revisions
1457 port 1568 is port 1568: tsspmap - tsspmap revisions
1458 port 1569 is port 1569: ets - ets revisions
644 port 157 is port 157: knet-cmp - KNET/VM Command/Message Protocol revisions
1459 port 1570 is port 1570: orbixd - orbixd revisions
1460 port 1571 is port 1571: rdb-dbs-disp - Oracle Remote Data Base revisions
1461 port 1572 is port 1572: chip-lm - Chipcom License Manager revisions
1462 port 1573 is port 1573: itscomm-ns - itscomm-ns revisions
1463 port 1574 is port 1574: mvel-lm - mvel-lm revisions
1464 port 1575 is port 1575: oraclenames - oraclenames revisions
1465 port 1576 is port 1576: moldflow-lm - moldflow-lm revisions
1466 port 1577 is port 1577: hypercube-lm - hypercube-lm revisions
1467 port 1578 is port 1578: jacobus-lm - Jacobus License Manager revisions
1468 port 1579 is port 1579: ioc-sea-lm - ioc-sea-lm revisions
645 port 158 is port 158: pcmail-srv - PCMail Server revisions
1469 port 1580 is port 1580: tn-tl-r1 - tn-tl-r1 revisions
1470 port 1581 is port 1581: mil-2045-47001 - MIL-2045-47001 revisions
1471 port 1582 is port 1582: msims - MSIMS revisions
1472 port 1583 is port 1583: simbaexpress - simbaexpress revisions
1473 port 1584 is port 1584: tn-tl-fd2 - tn-tl-fd2 revisions
1474 port 1585 is port 1585: intv - intv revisions
1475 port 1586 is port 1586: ibm-abtact - ibm-abtact revisions
1476 port 1587 is port 1587: pra_elmd - pra_elmd revisions
1477 port 1588 is port 1588: triquest-lm - triquest-lm revisions
1478 port 1589 is port 1589: vqp - VQP revisions
646 port 159 is port 159: nss-routing - NSS-Routing revisions
1479 port 1590 is port 1590: gemini-lm - gemini-lm revisions
1480 port 1591 is port 1591: ncpm-pm - ncpm-pm revisions
1481 port 1592 is port 1592: commonspace - commonspace revisions
1482 port 1593 is port 1593: mainsoft-lm - mainsoft-lm revisions
1483 port 1594 is port 1594: sixtrak - sixtrak revisions
1484 port 1595 is port 1595: radio - radio revisions
1485 port 1596 is port 1596: radio-sm - radio-sm revisions
1486 port 1597 is port 1597: orbplus-iiop - orbplus-iiop revisions
1487 port 1598 is port 1598: picknfs - picknfs revisions
1488 port 1599 is port 1599: simbaservices - simbaservices revisions
647 port 160 is port 160: sgmp-traps - SGMP-TRAPS revisions
1489 port 1600 is port 1600: issd - issd revisions
1490 port 1602 is port 1602: inspect - inspect revisions
1491 port 1603 is port 1603: picodbc - pickodbc revisions
1492 port 1604 is port 1604: icabrowser - icabrowser revisions
1493 port 1605 is port 1605: slp - Salutation Manager (Salutation Protocol) revisions
1494 port 1606 is port 1606: slm-api - Salutation Manager (SLM-API) revisions
1495 port 1607 is port 1607: stt - stt revisions
1496 port 1608 is port 1608: smart-lm - Smart Corp. License Manager revisions
1497 port 1609 is port 1609: isysg-lm - isysg-lm revi