With regular expressions added, the Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister actually makes sense. 23 months ago
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How I did it: When I'm not drawing ninjas, I have the computer do what I want (kind of a slave thing).
For instance, to exclaim it does what I want, exempt the reality, wrote a script once. 3000 lines and more. To filter email and scan for lines of interest, then the company didn't need it anymore. So I was still stuck without dough either way.
It explains that when you do stuff you get better at it, but then again don't expect every situation to go as you want it. Read how I did it… 23 months ago
Lots of programming practice, reading, research, conversing with my colleagues and build useful applications.
Interesting language btw, but it makes it too easy to get away with a quick hack lol. 23 months ago
I wrote a Perl program to automate the generation of my aria download file. So now I just create a file with my magnet links, and saves my torrents in the same directory and presto, I have an aria input file ready to go. 23 months ago
I am reading the book “Learning Perl” ISBN:9780596001322. And I am finding Perl to be an amazing language. It’s almost like merging Bash or Zsh with C or C++. I will admit the syntax is necessarily to my liking, but this language is truly amazing. 23 months ago
I’ve already made a portscanner, and an artificial cow one time, also a lot of scripts like one of 3000 lines. Anyway, I guess I should change this goal to “Use PERL” 1 year ago