Substitution & Translation in Regular Expressions with Perl

Substitution and Translation are quite useful in Perl which is used to identifying regular expressions and make substitutions based on matches. In previous article Matching Regular Expression with Perl i have explained what are match operators in Perl and how you can use regular expressions to find patterns in strings. Substitution and Translation is an [...]

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Matching Regular expressions with Perl

Matching regular expressions with Perl is quite easy and extremely popular since long because of its text processing due to its native regular expression support. Many developers find it bit difficult to match regular strings in other languages but Perl will work like a gem if you are familiar enough with the language. Lets walk [...]

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Why Perl Complex Code requires less lines

Perl developers usually notice how easily you can write complex code by writing very few lines of code and in very small about of space. Arguably the best usage of Perl can be determined by exploring how and why these complex code can be written in few lines and what goes in the background. Lets [...]

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How to Create Random Strong passwords with Perl

Hackers have made it quite difficult for the programmers to create strong passwords. Weak passwords are too easy and pose threat to network security. Its a big security hole which you don’t want to leave. People use weak passwords like name or date of birth but these are cracked by sophisticated password sniffing tools, making [...]

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Why Perl Scripts are Super Fast? Benchmark Perl Scripts

Its quite evident that Perl Scripts runs super fast when it comes to handling regular expressions and text processing. Programmer usually argue over which programming language is fastest or better or supports more features but we need proofs and evidences to support any sort of claims. Lets try to determine why Perl Scripts runs extremely [...]

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