#perl - Thu 12 Apr 2007 between 21:16 and 21:47

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kunwon1my first perl program was an IRC bot :)
Sanitoeteryes
my first bigger program :/
pastelingSomeone at 66.92.232.140 pasted "asdfasd" (1 line, 8B) at http://sial.org/pbot/24184
Khisanththere is also some problems with certain ircd but of course you could just try one of the sequels :P
actionCPAN rating: Math rated 1 star by Gene Boggs
CPANrating: Math rated 1 star by Gene Boggs
buggy_!seen perlios
Yaakovbuggy_: .seen
actionCPAN upload: Net-Random-2.0 by DCANTRELL
CPANupload: Net-Random-2.0 by DCANTRELL
actionCPAN upload: SVN-TXN-Props-1.00 by CLEISHMAN
CPANupload: SVN-TXN-Props-1.00 by CLEISHMAN
RedLobstercan anyone give me a little advice on turning this data into columns instead of rows? http://bug-no.petterhj.net/iconcontest/results.php?show_by_ip=x
shortenRedLobster's url is at http://xrl.us/vqp7
RedLobsteri've never used perl.
even some sample code to get me started would help.
BotjeRedLobster: what do you mean columns instead of rows?
RedLobsterokay, it's currently got a "cluster" for each ballot.
the same 10 rows for each cluster.
so i just want 10 columns, with just 1 row per cluster, where the intesections are the scores.
so instead of "user 1:\n option 1: blah \n option 1: blah2 \n user 2:\n option 1: blah \n option 2: blah2" i just want "user - option 1 - option 2\n user 1, blah1 blah2 \n user 2, blah 1 blah 2..."
BotjeRedLobster: this may sound weird, but have you tried excel?
it's _VERY_ good at copying table structure from HTML
jimor gnumeric
RedLobsteri've tried open-office calc.
maybe gnumeric is worth a shot.
but i don't just need to copy it - i need to totally regroup it.
RalthHello everyone! I'm getting an error: Can't locate HTML/FormatText.pm in @INC. How do I fix this? I'm running Kubuntu.
jimcopying it would be the ffirst step in that process... or the second after learning perl :)
Botjeralth: install the HTML::FormatText module
avarsudo cpan -i HTML::FormatText
Botjeperlbot module install
perlbotperl -MCPAN -e 'install "Some::Module"' # where Some::Module is the one you want to install
jimor maybe this kubuntu thing has that module as a package
Botjekubuntu is like ubuntu except with kde as the default WM
I still boggle.
jimRedLobster: if you're sure you want to do (some of) this in perl, are you prepared to learn perl now?
hobbsBotje: well except for the "with kde as the default WM" part, as that's not really the difference and KDE isn't a wm :)
Botjehobbs: it's just a WM, really. everything else can be used with gnome.
hobbsBotje: er, no.
Botje: kwin is a WM :)

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