This program will be helpful if someone want to create recur date patterns based on criteria (yearly, monthly,weekly and daily). Program is written in Perl using old version of Date::Manip CPAN module. # Script to calculate recurrence dates based on given criteria using Perl Date::Manip module. # All the input dates in this are given… Read More »
MetaCPAN — Really amazing stuff .. you can connect with github, twitter accounts and can vote on Perl modules!
In Perl Node Interface blog I found a interesting entry on the methods to use Devel::Cover. If you want to check more on Perl Node Interface (PNI) see the detailed installation instructions on this link. Enjoy the new Perl module.
One can store data and objects into a file using Serialization. The bytes that is generated can then be re-used to generate an object that will be identical (a clone) to the stored object. We can achieve this by using Storable module from CPAN. The example below will show a way to store and retrieve… Read More »
If you are working in scientific domain or using bioperl where you require to deal with bulk data processing then you should seriously consider learning PDL (“Perl Data Language”). PDL is actually a way to deal with larger arrays in Perl. It allows large N-dimensional data sets such as large images, spectrogram, etc to be stored efficiently and… Read More »
Before I dig more into details let’s try to understand some basic facts about Serialization : What exactly Serialization is? Serialization is the process of converting a data structure or object into a format that can be stored (for example, in a file or memory buffer, or transmitted across a network connection link) and “resurrected” later in the same or… Read More »
While browsing CPAN I found an intersting module by Tatsuhiko Miyagawa cpanminus. Basically, this is a script to get, unpack, build and install modules from CPAN. The best part of is it’s dependency free, requires zero configuration, and stands alone. When running, it requires only 10MB of RAM. [Source: CPAN] There are Debian packages, RPMs, FreeBSD… Read More »