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  Access a dynamic variable while a similarly named lexical is in scopeAccess a dynamic variable while a similarly named lexical is in scope5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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8353 since
7/29/2000 10:54:00 PM

By 2 Users

       How can I access a dynamic variable while a similarly named lexical is in scope? You can do this via symbolic references, provided you haven't set use strict "refs". So instead of $var, use ${'var'}.
 
 
  Automate Periodic downloads or released files and packagesAutomate Periodic downloads or released files and packages5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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14733 since
7/29/2000 11:59:37 PM

By 1 Users

       Automate Periodic downloads or released files and packages. This small utility makes it possible to keep a list of URLs in a configuration file and periodically retrieve those pages or files with simple command. This utility is best suited for small batch ...(description truncated)
 
 
  AutoresponderAutoresponder5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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22748 since
7/30/2000 12:45:04 AM

By 3 Users

       A script for receiving a mail and immediately replying
 
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  Backup Job ReporterBackup Job Reporter5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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8901 since
7/30/2000 12:15:29 AM
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       This is a general script for many types of backup jobs. You can use it to configure different types of backups, which can run together or independently of each other. It also formats a nice report for each backup job.
 
 
  Build RPM or PPM packages automaticallyBuild RPM or PPM packages automatically5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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13387 since
7/30/2000 12:16:47 AM
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       This script can be used to build RPM or PPM packages automatically
 
 
  Bypassing prototypesBypassing prototypes5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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8393 since
7/29/2000 10:56:19 PM

By 2 Users

       What's the difference between calling a function as &foo and foo()?
 
 
  Catch accesses to undefined variables/ functions/ methodsCatch accesses to undefined variables/ functions/ methods5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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7445 since
7/29/2000 10:57:51 PM

By 1 Users

       How can I catch accesses to undefined variables/ functions/ methods? Here's how...
 
 
  CGI ServletCGI Servlet5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Advanced /
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9299 since
7/29/2000 11:43:22 PM
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       pl Whenever an HTTP request is received, the specified CGI script is started inside a child process as if it was inside a real server (e.g., Apache). The evironment variables are set more or less as in Apache. Note that CGIservlet only uses a SINGLE sc ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Check FatBrain for booksCheck FatBrain for books5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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13107 since
7/30/2000 12:21:51 AM

By 2 Users
2 Excellent Ratings
       This script takes a list of books and looks to see if they are considered published on fatbrain.
 
 
  Checks given files for date matchesChecks given files for date matches5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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9927 since
7/30/2000 12:20:40 AM
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       This script checks given files for dates matching a given format and compare this with the date of last modification of the file. The main motivation for writing this script was to adjust the dates of last modification in today over 1.100 pages on a const ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Clear a packageClear a package5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Intermediate /
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13504 since
7/29/2000 10:59:50 PM

By 1 Users

       How do I clear a package? Use this code, provided by Mark-Jason Dominus:
 
 
  Clear WIN NT event logClear WIN NT event log5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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10918 since
7/30/2000 12:38:08 AM
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       Clears out events in the WinNT event log - System, Security, and Application logs - and creates a backup copy, optionally gzip'ing it, if you have gzip installed
 
 
  ClosureClosure5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Advanced /
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13517 since
7/29/2000 10:46:18 PM

By 2 Users

       What's a closure? Closure is a computer science term with a precise but hard-to-explain meaning. Closures are implemented in Perl as anonymous subroutines with lasting references to lexical variables outside their own scopes. These lexicals magically refe ...(description truncated)
 
 
  comment out a large block of perl codecomment out a large block of perl code5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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16232 since
7/29/2000 10:59:10 PM

By 2 Users

       How can I comment out a large block of perl code? Use embedded POD to discard it:
 
 
  concatenate AIFC and RIFF WAVEconcatenate AIFC and RIFF WAVE5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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5002 since
7/30/2000 12:26:41 AM
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       catAIFC.pl concatenates AIFC and RIFF WAVE files in a single output stream. All files MUST have identical audio formats and structures (channels, sample rates etc.). ALL sound chunks are combined. Compressed files might not be concattenated correctly. M ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Conver POD to valid xml streamConver POD to valid xml stream5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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4039 since
7/29/2000 11:57:02 PM
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       pod2xml converts embedded perl dokumentation, known as pod, to a valid xml-stream. the inputfile can be any ascii formatted file with pdo-tags included. this is a very early beta-version, so use it carefully.
 
 
  Converts pure text files into nice looking, possiblyConverts pure text files into nice looking, possibly5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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4230 since
7/30/2000 12:02:38 AM
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       This program converts pure text files into nice looking, possibly framed HTML pages. Requirements for the input ascii files The file must be written in Technical format, whose layout is described when you run the program with --help. Basicly, you have two ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Count MailCount Mail5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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9380 since
7/30/2000 12:07:24 AM

By 1 Users

       This script scans the current mail log and several recent mail log archives, and searches for messages sent to or from a particular address. It counts them up and mails a report with an inbound count and an outbound count.
 
 
  Create a switch or case statementCreate a switch or case statement5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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26822 since
7/29/2000 10:57:07 PM

By 2 Users

       How do I create a switch or case statement?
 
 
  Cut a large file into smaller piecesCut a large file into smaller pieces5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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5517 since
7/29/2000 11:52:51 PM
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       cut-file.pl - to cut a large file into smaller pieces so that they can be copied from one computer to another piece by piece. Run "%perl cut-file.pl -help" to find out command-line options. To download, visit: http://www.perl.com/CPAN or http://www.fre ...(description truncated)
 
 
  dailydiff 1.0dailydiff 1.05.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0Intermediate /
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6618 since
7/30/2000 12:17:56 AM
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       Creates a tar file of all the files in a particular directory that have been modified in the last 24 hours.
 
 
  Debug HTTP transactionsDebug HTTP transactions5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Intermediate /
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4964 since
7/29/2000 11:36:23 PM

By 1 Users

       This is a tool to help you debug HTTP transactions. It uses both the HTTP server and HTTP client functionalities of the LWP bundle. Using this script, you can easily and quickly mimic and tweak transactions between servers and clients. You operate this ...(description truncated)
 
 
  Declare/create a structureDeclare/create a structure5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Beginner /
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7495 since
7/29/2000 10:42:37 PM

By 2 Users

       How do I declare/create a structure?
 
 
  Deep vs shallow bindingDeep vs shallow binding5.0 (all versions), 4.0 (all versions)Intermediate /
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23018 since
7/29/2000 10:54:31 PM

By 2 Users

       What's the difference between deep and shallow binding?
 
 
  Disk Usage Pie ChartDisk Usage Pie Chart5.0 (all versions), Active Perl specific, 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions)Intermediate /
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25076 since
7/30/2000 12:51:50 AM

By 3 Users
2 Excellent Ratings
       pie chart representing disk usage for a directory
 


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