#perl - Mon 14 May 2007 between 10:04 and 10:17

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battlesquidrindolf, i don't knwo what Shlomi means, but it sounds very good with Fish :-)
rindolfbattlesquid: an English woman nicknamed me "Slimy Fish". ;-)
f00li5hj2daosh: you can't just print a hash
battlesquidrindolf, hehe nice one rindolf++
ThiefMaster\b(?<!\()TM(?!\))(?!\.net\.my)\b <- i have this regex to match e.g. "TM", "TM:", "TM?", etc. but not "TM.net.my" or "(tm)". however, it also does not match when the string is e.g. "(tm" as the "no (" and "no )" arguments are separate. is it possible to combine them? so i want it to match on "(tm" or "tm)" but NOT on (tm)
rindolfbattlesquid: Shlomi means "My Shalom" which is "My well-being"
j2daoshso i have to turn it into a list by assigning to an array and then printing?
rindolfbattlesquid: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shlomi_(disambiguation)
battlesquidrindolf, i see, so combining Fish and your well being, i'd say you are one healthy fish :-)
BinGOseval: my %foo = qw(a 1 b 2); "HASH = %foo";
rindolfbattlesquid: OK.
buubotBinGOs: HASH = %foo
rindolfbattlesquid: some people think that Fish ought to be spelled "Fisch".
j2daoshis thier a push/pop operator for hashes?
rindolfbattlesquid: but my late grandfather spelled it "Fish".
battlesquidrindolf, Fish is much nicer
rindolfbattlesquid: yeah.
battlesquid: Fisch is "Fish" in German.
battlesquidrindolf, my name is Anders Nordb. Anders means "man" in german and my last name is just a rural place in Norway :-P boring huh.
rindolfbattlesquid: my father's maiden name was "David", and I have a cousin named "Shlomi David".
trymI have a list of filenames, all which contain a room name and a number (if any). The room names are written in different ways and cases, and sometimes _ is used to separate name from number - sometimes not. Any libraries / known approaches that I can reuse?
rindolfbattlesquid: ah.
battlesquid: isn't Anders like Andr or Andrew?
actionCPAN upload: Apache2-AuthZSympa-0.5.0 by DOUMBZH
CPANupload: Apache2-AuthZSympa-0.5.0 by DOUMBZH
battlesquidrindolf, pretty much the same when translating. english people tend to call me Andy
j2daoshwheres merlyn?
BinGOstaking a break from all you young'uns pesky questions.
GumbyBRAIN: Y'all come back now, Y'here
GumbyBRAINAnd back on my already too slow server now has to be covering it with now.
j2daoshi really wsih he would have made a "how to add hash keys/values in a foreach()" section in his learning perl book
LeKstorhi all
does anyone has already been unable to remove his breakpoints
using perldb ?
f00li5hj2daosh: don't change the thing you're foreaching over, it will do crazy things
j2daosh: perhaps you want map, or grep?
LeKstori'm doing something quite simple, like "b 2"
and "D" or "d 2" prints no result
and with "L", I see that the breakpoint is still here
j2daoshwell all i am trying to do is : foreach $line (@lines_from_file){ split some crap up; hash = "$foo" => "$bar";}
but i dont see a "push" operator for hashes...

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