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Old 09-04-2008, 06:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Sorting Perl Lists And Removing Duplicates On Linux Or Unix

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This may be the first time I've run a series of posts where the topic was different every step of the way. That's a good thing, because I get just as bored as anyone else reading about the same thing over and over ;) So, following in the footsteps of our posts on Number Pools And Guaranteed Combinations Within Fixed Lists and Perl List Permutations, we'll move straight ahead to the next logical step, which is almost an entirely different subject altogether.



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