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      2003 WebGUI Perl Programming Contest Results   

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    Date Published: 2004-01-17

    The First Annual WebGUI Perl Programming is over, the votes have been tallied, and the winners chosen. Before we get into the details, we'd like to thank the participants for putting in the effort to make WebGUI a better system and the WebGUI Community stronger.

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     (Added: Sat Jan 17 2004 Hits: 191 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Perl Programming Contest   

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    Date Published: 2003-11-01

    Contest announcement.

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     (Added: Sat Nov 01 2003 Hits: 166 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Get/Delete Enhancement for the Tk Text Widget   

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    Date Published: 2003-01-10

    The Tk Text widget provides text tags, which are a very powerful thing. However, the current implementation does not provide an efficient way for a Tk Text widget programmer to extract (get) all of the actual text that has a given text tag. This TIP proposes to enhance the Tk Text widget to provide this functionality.

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     (Added: Fri Jan 10 2003 Hits: 185 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      What is cron?   

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    Date Published: 2002-12-29

    Cron is a daemon that allows you to automate tasks by running programs at regular intervals. You can define both the program that is to be run as well as the time of day, day of week, week of month, month of year, or any combination of these. A daemon is a server process that waits in the background until it is needed.

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     (Added: Sun Dec 29 2002 Hits: 167 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Extending and Embedding Perl (Chapter 11)   

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    Date Published: 2002-12-03

    Just like any other piece of software, Perl is not a finished product; it's still being developed and has a lively development community. Both the authors are regular contributors to Perl, and we'd like to encourage you to think about getting involved with Perl's continued maintenance and development. This chapter will tell you what you need to know to begin.

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     (Added: Tue Dec 03 2002 Hits: 166 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Extending and Embedding Perl (Chapter 2)   

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    Date Published: 2002-11-26

    This chapter will introduce the fundamentals of interfacing Perl to the C programming language; we assume you have a basic understanding of C, as described in chapter 1. Before we can describe how to do this, we much first explain how Perl modules work and how they are created.

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     (Added: Tue Nov 26 2002 Hits: 177 Rating: 5.00 Votes: 1)

      Object Oriented Perl (Chapter 11)   

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    Date Published: 2002-11-19

    Encapsulation is one of the cornerstones of object orientation, but it's the area in which Perl's support for object-oriented programming is weakest. Many would argue that enforced encapsulation is against Perl's philosophy of freedom and flexibility in programming. However, there are situations when too much freedom becomes a trap, and too much flexibility makes it hard to build solid code. Fortunately, Perl's flexibility can be turned against itself to provide a means of building objects that respect the encapsulation imposed by their classes.

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     (Added: Tue Nov 19 2002 Hits: 191 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Object Oriented Perl (Chapter 3)   

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    Date Published: 2002-11-12

    If you've ever used another object-oriented programming language, or been traumatized by some prior exposure to object orientation, you've probably dreading tackling object orientation in Perl -- more syntax, more semantics, more rules, more complexity. On the other hand, if you're entirely new to object orientation, you're likely to be equally nervous about all those unfamiliar concepts, and how you're going to keep them all straight in your head while you learn the specific Perl syntax and semantics.

    Relax!

    Object-oriented Perl isn't like that at all. To do real, useful, production-strength object-oriented programming in Perl you only need to learn about one extra function, one straight-forward piece of additional syntax, and three very simple rules.

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     (Added: Tue Nov 12 2002 Hits: 175 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Data Munging with Perl (Chapter 3)   

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    Date Published: 2002-11-05

    There are a number of Perl idioms that will be useful in many data munging programs. Rather than introduce them in the text when they are first met, we will discuss them all here.

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     (Added: Tue Nov 05 2002 Hits: 182 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Data Munging with Perl (Chapter 2)   

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    Date Published: 2002-10-29

    When munging data there are a number of general principles which will be useful across a large number of different tasks. In this chapter we will take a look at some of these techniques.

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     (Added: Tue Oct 29 2002 Hits: 208 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

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