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Truly this was the language from which the Gods wrought the Universe...
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In release 6:
PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) is supported.
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erl has been around since 1987 and became an early darling of web developers. These... more »
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Welcome to my computer programming algorithms directory. I am hoping to provide a... more »
A side-by-side reference sheet of PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby.
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An article giving summaries of all the major functional programming languages.
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Last Thursday at the Lambda Lounge meeting, we had a language shootout where 8... more »
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XKCD has been trying Python in place of Perl
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Memorize and learn Perl regular expressions in 20 minutes using the memory technique of Association.
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