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Use of my() in false condition is now deprecated in Perl v=
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Handy template expansion system for Perl.


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One of the most popular monthly blog, every Perl hacker al=
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The hallenge.org/">Perl Weekly Challenge by =
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challenge-013/" style=3D"
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nge-012/" style=3D"
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Review of last week challenge. There are plenty of great s=
olutions.


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tyle=3D"
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Adam, as always, came up with detailed solution for the ch=
allenge 012.


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The line-by-line explanation of the solution by Arne Somme=
r is unmatachable.


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Dave always present the solution like a kids play. He has =
the ability to make the difficult challenge appears easy.


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I simply love the journey and how Dave progressed through.


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the Common Path

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Choroba came up with helper module to solve the challenge.=
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Joelle sharing her solution to the Euclid number challenge=
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ories

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Laurent's blog ideal for anyone wants to learn Perl6. Such=
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Mark's solution in Perl6 is full of detailed comments and =
easy to follow.


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llenge-12/" style=3D"
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hs

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Yozen, being new to the Perl Weekly Challenge, has definit=
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June 16-21, 2019 Pittsburgh


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June 19-22, 2019 Strasbourg, France


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August 7-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia


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