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https://perlweekly.com/archive/634.html



Hi there,

Only recently we had a big bang release of Perl v5.38=20
with experimental class feature. Now in a quick succession
we have another release Perl v5.39.1 (
https://metacpan.org/release/SHAY/perl-5.39.1/view/pod/perldelta.pod ).
Thanks to the entire team responsible for the release. These heroes work
behind the scene for days/months for the improvement of the language. Yet,
I rarely see anyone giving them credit on public platform. We should not
just mention them in the pod but instead celebrate each one of them more on
various public platforms. Having said, we need volunteer for the job. Do we
have volunteer for the task?

Few days ago, I had an email from someone senior with lots of experience
with Perl saying "2023 is the year the language died for
him". I wonder how can someone just gave up on the language you loved all
your life. For me personally, Perl will remain my core
strength and I will continue to improve my knowledge with every release. It
is OK if you learn some new languages to be in the job market but please
keep Perl your first choice.

Yesterday, when I was done with Asia Cup 2023 final
cricket match between India and Sri
Lanka
, I watched this documentary, The Great Hack (
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Hack ), on Netflix. It reminded me
data is the new oil now a days. Perl is known to be good
at data processing, so why are we behind others in this field?

By the way, India won the final for the 8th
time
. I am so proud of Team India. I am now
looking forward to the World Cup 2023 to be held in few
months time in India.

Enjoy rest of the newsletter.

--
Your editor: Mohammad S. Anwar.


Discussions

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engine maps to a finite state automaton, we should be able to rewrite the
parser without regular expressions, using flags to keep track of the part
of the record we are at.
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Of Go, C, Perl and fastq file conversion Vol IV : gone in 60 seconds (or =
less)
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r
parsers, in a scenario emulating the batch analysis of sequencing data.
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https://blogs.perl.org/users/drclaw/2023/09/get-more-from-you-constants-w=
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ld
love it.
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CPAN

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https://blogs.perl.org/users/oodler_577/2023/09/cgitiny-dispatchfu---near=
ly-a-perfect-match.html
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.
It is perfectly suited as a replacement to CGI.pm and is quite at home in
a shared hosting environment.
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You can even win prize money of $50 Amazon voucher by participating in
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https://theweeklychallenge.org/blog/perl-weekly-challenge-235
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https://theweeklychallenge.org/blog/recap-challenge-234
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TWC234
https://deadmarshal.blogspot.com/2023/09/twc234.html
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Unequally Common
https://raku-musings.com/unequally-common.html
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https://dev.to/oldtechaa/perl-weekly-challenge-234-sharing-is-caring-98k
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common-characters.html
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https://egroup.kolouch.org/nextcloud/sites/lubos/2023-09-11_Weekly_challe=
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https://fluca1978.github.io/2023/09/17/PerlWeeklyChallenge234.html
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https://wlmb.github.io/2023/09/11/PWC234/
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https://github.com/manwar/perlweeklychallenge-club/tree/master/challenge-=
234/matthias-muth#readme
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https://packy.dardan.com/2023/09/12/perl-weekly-challenge-common-but-uneq=
ual-triplet-characters/
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http://ccgi.campbellsmiths.force9.co.uk/challenge/234
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https://hatley-software.blogspot.com/2023/09/robbie-hatleys-solutions-to-=
weekly_12.html
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https://blog.firedrake.org/archive/2023/09/The_Weekly_Challenge_234__Trip=
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PWC 234
https://thiujiac.blogspot.com/2023/09/pwc-234.html
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http://niceperl.blogspot.com/
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https://niceperl.blogspot.com/2023/09/cdlxi-11-great-cpan-modules-release
d.html );
StackOverflow Perl report (
https://niceperl.blogspot.com/2023/09/dxciv-stackoverflow-perl-report.htm
l ).
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Hi there,

Only recently we had a big bang release of Perl v5.38=20
with experimental class feature. Now in a quick succession
we have another release Perl v5.39.1 (
https://metacpan.org/release/SHAY/perl-5.39.1/view/pod/perldelta.pod ).
Thanks to the entire team responsible for the release. These heroes work
behind the scene for days/months for the improvement of the language. Yet,
I rarely see anyone giving them credit on public platform. We should not
just mention them in the pod but instead celebrate each one of them more on
various public platforms. Having said, we need volunteer for the job. Do we
have volunteer for the task?

Few days ago, I had an email from someone senior with lots of experience
with Perl saying "2023 is the year the language died for
him". I wonder how can someone just gave up on the language you loved all
your life. For me personally, Perl will remain my core
strength and I will continue to improve my knowledge with every release. It
is OK if you learn some new languages to be in the job market but please
keep Perl your first choice.

Yesterday, when I was done with Asia Cup 2023 final
cricket match between India and Sri
Lanka
, I watched this documentary, The Great Hack (
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Hack ), on Netflix. It reminded me
data is the new oil now a days. Perl is known to be good
at data processing, so why are we behind others in this field?

By the way, India won the final for the 8th
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. I am so proud of Team India. I am now
looking forward to the World Cup 2023 to be held in few
months time in India.

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Fun with dates
https://github.com/robbie-hatley/CLI-Programming/blob/main/scripts/util/d=
ay-of-week.pl
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conversion between Gregorian and Julian.
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Articles

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Of Go, C, Perl and fastq file conversion Vol III : pledging allegiance to=
the flag
https://blogs.perl.org/users/chrisarg/2023/09/of-go-c-perl-and-fastq-file=
-conversion-vol-iii-pledging-allegiance-to-the-flag.html
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engine maps to a finite state automaton, we should be able to rewrite the
parser without regular expressions, using flags to keep track of the part
of the record we are at.
--------------

=20
Of Go, C, Perl and fastq file conversion Vol IV : gone in 60 seconds (or =
less)
https://blogs.perl.org/users/chrisarg/2023/09/of-go-c-perl-and-fastq-file=
-conversion-vol-iv-gone-in-60-seconds-or-less.html
=20
In the final part of this series, we will test the performance of the fou=
r
parsers, in a scenario emulating the batch analysis of sequencing data.
--------------

=20
Get more from you constants with constant::more
https://blogs.perl.org/users/drclaw/2023/09/get-more-from-you-constants-w=
ith-constantmore.html
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Do you play with constants in Perl often then do check this post, you wou=
ld
love it.
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CPAN

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ly-a-perfect-match.html
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.
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a shared hosting environment.
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the weekly challenge. We pick one winner at the end of the month from
among all of the contributors during the month. The monthly prize is
kindly sponsored by Peter Sergeant of PerlCareers ( https://perl.careers/
).
=20
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https://theweeklychallenge.org/blog/perl-weekly-challenge-235
=20
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"Duplicate Zeros". If you are new to the weekly challenge, why not join
us and have fun every week? For more information, please read the FAQ (
https://theweeklychallenge.org/faq ).
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RECAP - The Weekly Challenge - 234
https://theweeklychallenge.org/blog/recap-challenge-234
=20
Enjoy a quick recap of last week's contributions by Team PWC dealing with
the "Common Characters" and "Unequal Triplets" tasks in Perl and Raku.
You will find plenty of solutions to keep you busy.
--------------

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TWC234
https://deadmarshal.blogspot.com/2023/09/twc234.html
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Unequally Common
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all your life. For me personally, Perl will remain my core=
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