Namespace pollution in scripts under Apache::Registry

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Iterate over environment variables in Perl

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Setting Cookie Expiration Without Using the CGI Module

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Perl Roman numerals and Arabic numerals

We can use the Roman module from CPAN. The Roman module provides both Roman and roman for converting Arabic (“normal”) numbers to their Roman equivalents. Roman produces uppercase letters, whereas roman gives lowercase ones. use Roman; $roman = roman($arabic); # convert to roman numerals $arabic = arabic($roman) if isroman($roman); # convert from roman numerals
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Perl decimal to binary

To convert a Perl integer to a text string of ones and zeros, first pack the integer into a number in network byte order* (the N format), then unpack it again bit by bit (the “B32” format). sub dec2bin { my $str = unpack("B32", pack("N", shift)); $str =~ s/^0+(?=\d)//; # otherwise you’ll get leading zeros […]
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Rounding numbers in Perl

To round off the number we can usee sprintf. The f format lets you specify a particular number of decimal places to round its argument to. $n1 = 0.265; $n2 = sprintf("%.2f", $a); print "Unrounded: $n1\nRounded: $n2\n"; printf "Unrounded: $n1\nRounded: %.2f\n", $n1; Output: Unrounded: 0.265 Rounded: 0.27 Unrounded: 0.265 Rounded: 0.27
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Converting between ASCII characters and values in perl

Most often developers want to print out the number represented by a given ASCII character, or print out an ASCII character given a number in perl. We can use ord function in perl to convert a character to a number, or use chr function in perl to convert a number to a character: $num = […]
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Perl documentation

Have you ever wonder where can we find information about various in-built Perl functions\subroutines? If yes then you can find the same on any of the system where Perl is installed. You will just have to use ‘perldoc’. But how to use it? Let’s have a look at its theory and practical part: Theory: ‘perldoc’ […]
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Scalar function in perl

PERL’s scalar function returns different output when used with lists. Example Using ‘scalar’ with arrays: my @array = (’a’,’b’,’c’); my $valueReturned = scalar (@array); print "Value Returned : $valueReturned"; Output : Value Returned : 3 Example using ‘scalar’ with lists: my $valueReturned = scalar (’a’, ‘b’, ‘c’); print "Value Returned : $valueReturned"; Output : Value […]
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