[oak perl] Minitalks?
robert-kuropkat at comcast.net
Wed Sep 8 17:23:07 CDT 2004
Number 1 could be interesting if you have some good
thoughts/rules of thumb. Every now and then I manage to
confuse myself on the level of dereferencing when I get
tricky and make a complex data structure requiring Data
Dumper to straighten me out :-)
On 08 Sep 2004 11:48:16 -0700
Belden Lyman <blyman at iii.com> wrote:
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>If anyone indicates any interest, I'd give a short talk
>one of the following:
>2. Using hashes to give your functions named arguments
>3. Making a function use a hash to cache return values
>1. Creating and accessing hash references
>On Wed, 2004-09-08 at 11:35, George Woolley wrote:
>> The theme of the September meeting
>> (oh my, in only 6 days on Sept. 14)
>> is Hashes.
>> Anyone up for giving a very short talk
>> having something to do with hashes.
>> By very short talk,
>> I mean lightning talk length or shorter.
>> Say 0 to 5 minutes.
>> That would be much appreciated.
>> P.S. Of course, if you want to talk for longer,
>> that would be great.
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