Archive for the 'Perl' Category


Hello Cruel World at GoogleCodes

I’ve just created my first google code project. The name, “hellocruelworld” says everything. It’s just a bunch of hello worlds examples, sorry google for using our services as sandbox. You can “check out” those samples with following command-line.

svn co hellocruelworld

I created and fixed some issues as well as edited the wiki stuff just to take look arround and I really enjoy. Anyway, you can also access source code from web. But, I agree with you, isn’t so good as trac!


SQLite examples with Bash, Perl and Python

If you are looking for a lightweight database solution take a look on SQLite. I made some very simple examples with Perl, Python and Bash interfacing with sqlite. Just when I have finished I find out this article bellow that have also some examples in Perl and Python to start playing. Take a look!

Well, all those samples do the same thing. First it creates a table “n” with columns “f” and “l”. Then it insert (“john”, “smith”) as an entry. And finally dumps everything it finds in table “n”.

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