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  • Commented on A small puzzle for you
    use warnings; use List::MoreUtils qw(uniq); my @in = ( [ 'b', 'c', 'f' ], [ 'a', 'd' ], [ 'c', 'd', 'e' ], ); my $i =0; my %indexes = map {$_ => $i++} sort uniq map @$_, @in;...
  • Commented on On prototyping in public ...
    Great news, but would you reconsider Ron's comment from over a year ago, and do this fulltime with funding? Given the high level of interest in this, I'm sure you'd be able to get crowdsourced funding to cover a very...
  • Commented on Looking at DBI Part 7, Batch Fetching
    Why "use vars" rather than my or our?...
  • Commented on Looking at DBI Part 6, More Data Fetching
    I'd not seen the way of using placeholders like that before, rather than plain '?'. But why 'use vars' - seems like too much pre 5.6 chicanery. Some thing else to be deprecated in perl I think.......
  • Commented on perl live coding
    Genius! A bit of voiceover might have helped as I was squinting to keep up, but that was inspirational....
  • Commented on What's wrong with CPAN?
    One thing is that module owners should be able and encouraged to deprecate their own modules. There are quite a few examples where a module is flavour of the month for a while, and then superseded by a subtly better...
  • Commented on Precedence parsing made simpler
    Did marpa really use 8GB of memory in that paper, or did I missread table 3?...
  • Commented on Experienced Perl Developer sought by Lokku Ltd (Nestoria)
    Well, if you're going to post a perl jobs postings where it shouldn't go, then I guess we're allowed to discuss it? Why does perl in Central London pay so little? And this is a senior role! (involves mentoring) Outside...
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