Fair Question:

    > 5.14 will be out in spring 2011.
    Of what hemisphere?

Go and learn Lisp, nice book!: Common Lisp tutorial

Unix mide el tiempo a partir del 1 de enero de 1970. El viernes 13 de febrero del 2009 sucedio algo interesante con la cuenta de segundos:

sofia:xul$  while(true); do perl -e 'say time'; sleep 1; done

Jesse Vincent (Perl release pumpking) answering someone on p5p:

| It feels like this might want to be split into a couple separate patches.
| If you need a hand with that, I'm happy to help.

No wonder why there is a cohesive community around Perl. I have seen other projects discarting patches/flamming potential contributors for lesser problems on patches.

Jun 26, 2008

# yum update

$ perl miScript
install_driver(Oracle) failed: Can't locate DBD/Oracle.pm in @INC

.oO(mhmmm, it was working before)

$ locate Oracle.pm

.oO(it's still there, wtf?)

$ perl -V | grep site_perl

.oO( "/usr/local/lib/perl5"?!?!?, what happened to "/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl"?!? )

$ rpm -q --changelog perl | grep site
- set siteprefix to prefix/local
- use /usr/local for sitelib/sitearch dirs

.oO(why, oh, why?... Never mind, didn't have much on site_perl anyway. )

not exp log srand xor s qq qx xor
s x x length uc ord and print chr
ord for qw q join use sub tied qx
xor eval xor print qq q q xor int
eval lc q m cos and print chr ord
for qw y abs ne open tied hex exp
ref y m xor scalar srand print qq
q q xor int eval lc qq y sqrt cos
and print chr ord for qw x printf
each return local x y or print qq
s s and eval q s undef or oct xor
time xor ref print chr int ord lc
foreach qw y hex alarm chdir kill
exec return y s gt sin sort split
By blokhead
Given that I use the kitchen sink of programming languages (Perl), it only makes sense that I use the kitchen sink of editors (Emacs). -- Randal L. Schwartz

If you can't program careful enough to not need a debugger, then either slow down your rate of coding, or pick a different profession. Please. -- Randal L. Schwartz

Palabras que Google no conoce... pero debería:

Dícese del café feo y amargo.

El nombre a usar cuando alguien quiere obligarte a señalar al causante de un problema.

Ejemplo; "--¿Dime quién se comió mi dona?. --Fue Espiriluqueto."