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Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by Anonymous Monk
Getting permutations of length n of an array of length greater than n? by LittleJack
Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Anonymous Monk

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Re^2: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by tybalt89
Re: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by Anonymous Monk
Re^3: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by Anonymous Monk
Re^4: Tk performance and "UpdateWrapper: Failed to create container" by olgo
Re^3: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by choroba
Re^3: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by Fletch
Re^3: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by Corion
Re^3: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by LanX
Re^2: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by RMGir
Re^2: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by bliako
Re^5: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by bliako
Re: RS232, parity, program flow by Marshall
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Marshall
Re^5: Tk performance and "UpdateWrapper: Failed to create container" by Marshall
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by kcott
Re: Refer by relative way to regex group (eg. the last one) by LanX
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by johngg
Re^4: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by LanX
Re^2: Getting permutations of length n of an array of length greater than n? by LittleJack
Re^6: convert perl to php quickly by eyepopslikeamosquito
Re^2: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by ibm1620
Re: Getting permutations of length n of an array of length greater than n? by tybalt89
Re: Getting permutations of length n of an array of length greater than n? by pryrt
Re: Getting permutations of length n of an array of length greater than n? by choroba
Re^7: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by pryrt
Re^2: Moose throwing error with some data which doesn't match the 'Object' constraint, what should I do? by LittleJack
Re^6: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by bliako
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by davido
Re^5: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by pryrt
Re^5: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Fletch
Re^3: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by Fletch
Re^4: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by bliako
Re^2: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by LanX
Re^4: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Anonymous Monk
Re^3: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Fletch
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by tybalt89
Re^2: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by Anonymous Monk
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by haukex
Re: Get most recent data based on a date from an array of hashes. by choroba
Re: Moose throwing error with some data which doesn't match the 'Object' constraint, what should I do? by choroba
Re^3: perl -d myprog autostarts - but only in one specific directory by choroba

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