Originally published at Perl Weekly 645
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Enjoy a quick recap of last week's contributions by Team PWC dealing with the "Sort Language" and "Largest of Three" tasks in Perl and Raku. You will find plenty of solutions to keep you busy.
Good use of thread in Perl. Keep it up great work.
Self documented one-liner in Perl. Well done.
Clever use of combinations and permutations of Raku. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing the history of Schwartzian Transform. Good job.
Love the use of CPAN to get the job done. Thanks for sharing.
Various type of sort in action. Well documented process, keep it up great work.
Index slice? Please do checkout the post for more information.
Just Raku this time showing off the power with plenty of discussion. Thanks for sharing.
Blend of Perl, Raku and Python showing the power of individual languages. Thanks for sharing.
Choice of multipl approach using the power of Raku. You really don't want to skip it.
Perl one-liner along with Schwartzian transform is doing the trick. Keep it up great work.
One-liner in Perl with detailed discussion. Highly recommended.
Smart use CPAN module without any gimmicks. Thanks for sharing.
Sort by external key is the core point. The end result is worth checking out.
A few entries about Rust
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It is, or rather will be a Rails (or Catalyst)-like web framework. I tried it and this is what I got so far.
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