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Apocalypse 12

Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for historic reasons. See Synopsis 12 for the latest information. Some of the Problems with Perl 5 OO A little too orthogonal Not quite orthogonal enough Forced non-encapsulation…

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Apocalypse 6

Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for historic reasons. See Synopsis 06 for the latest information. This is the Apocalypse on Subroutines. In Perl culture the term "subroutine" conveys the general notion of calling…

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Apocalypse 5

Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for historic reasons. See Synopsis 05 for the latest information. This is the Apocalypse on Pattern Matching, generally having to do with what we call "regular expressions", which…

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Apocalypse 4

Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for historic reasons. See Synopsis 04 for the latest information. Table of Contents Accepted RFCs RFC 022: Control flow: Builtin switch statement Table 1: Matching a switch value…

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Apocalypse 3

Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for historic reasons. See Synopsis 03 for the latest information. Table of Contents • RFC 025: Operators: Multiway comparisons • RFC 320: Allow grouping of -X file tests…

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Larry Wall: Apocalypse Two

Apocalypse 2 -> Editor’s Note: this Apocalypse is out of date and remains here for histor ic reasons. See Syn opsis 02 for the latest information. Perl 6 Apocalypse The rest of the “Apocalypse” series is available on Larry…

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State of the Onion 2000

Hear Larry Wall’s Keynote (Because of the time length, we’ve broken up Larry Wall’s keynote at O’Reilly’s Open Source Roundtable into four seperate audio files.)   Part One MP3     RealPlayer   Part Two MP3     RealPlayer   Part Three MP3     RealPlayer   Q…

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