Perl: Parser Building a parser with PerlMay 01, 2006
Lexers and parsers aren’t only for the long-bearded gurus. We’ll show you how you can build a parser for your own custom applications.more »
Perl: Temperature Sensors Reading temperature sensors with PerlApr 01, 2006
Linux lets tinkerers connect their hardware creations to computers. We’ll show you how you can use a simple Perl interface to check the temperature of your home or office while you’re away.more »
Perl: DateTime Module Exploring the Perl DateTime moduleMar 01, 2006
Because calendar rules are influenced by historical and political decisions, date manipulations are riddled with pitfalls. Perl’s DateTime module knows all the tricks.more »
Perl: noworries Detecting system changes with DnotifyFeb 01, 2006
We'll show you how you can avoid the tragedy of lost files with a transparent, Perl-based version control system.more »
Perl: AJAX More dynamic websites thanks to AJAXJan 01, 2006
Perl: Regression Tests A Perl toolbox for regression testsDec 01, 2005
With a test suite, you can fix bugs and add new features without ruining the existing codebase.more »
Perl: A Gaim Plugin Get the news from perlmonks.com with a Gaim plug-inNov 01, 2005
The Gaim project offers an instant messenger client that speaks a large number of protocols. We’ll show you how to extend Gaim with Perl plugins.more »
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