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Old 09-05-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Unique Sorting Of Lists And Lists Of Lists With Perl For Linux Or Unix

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Yesterdays post on sorting Perl lists and removing duplicates did end up being a bit heavy at the end, as I feared. I received my fair share of "here's how you can do it better" emails, which (although I'm not trying to do my most succinct and efficient work here) I always appreciate. In all seriousness, I really do enjoy getting different perspectives on methods and practices put up on this blog. I'm always looking to better my own skill-set, so keep the free advice coming.



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