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  1. +1 −1 sections/autoload.pod
  2. +4 −2 sections/credits.pod
  3. +1 −1 sections/expressivity.pod
  4. +22 −14 sections/idioms.pod
@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ them:
Log::method_call( $name, @_ );
my $self = shift;
- return $self->$name( @_ );
+ return $$self->$name( @_ );
}
B<no strict 'refs';>
@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ John Bokma,
Vasily Chekalkin,
Dmitry Chestnykh,
E. Choroba,
+Tom Christiansen,
Anneli Cuss,
Paulo Custodio,
Steve Dickinson,
@@ -27,6 +28,7 @@ Robert Hicks,
Michael Hind,
Mark Hindess,
Yary Hluchan,
+Daniel Holz,
Mike Huffman,
Gary H. Jones II,
Curtis Jewell,
@@ -53,6 +55,7 @@ ww from PerlMonks,
Jess Robinson,
Dave Rolsky,
Gabrielle Roth,
+Jean-Pierre Rupp,
Eduardo Santiago,
Andrew Savige,
Lorne Schachter,
@@ -76,7 +79,6 @@ Doug Wilson,
Sawyer X,
David Yingling,
Marko Zagozen,
-chromatic,
harleypig,
hbm,
-sunnavy,
+and sunnavy.
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Z<expressivity>
X<Wall, Larry>
X<Larry Wall>
-Larry Wall's his studies of linguistics and human languages influenced the
+Larry Wall's studies of linguistics and human languages influenced the
design of Perl. The language allows you tremendous freedom to solve your
problems, depending on your group style, the available time, the expected
lifespan of the program, or even how creative you feel. You may write simple,
View
@@ -112,24 +112,32 @@ their phone extensions:
my %extensions =
(
- 001 => 'Armon',
- 002 => 'Wesley',
- 003 => 'Gerald',
- 005 => 'Rudy',
- 007 => 'Brandon',
- 008 => 'Patrick',
- 011 => 'Luke',
- 012 => 'LaMarcus',
- 017 => 'Chris',
- 020 => 'Maurice',
- 023 => 'Marcus',
- 024 => 'Andre',
- 052 => 'Greg',
- 088 => 'Nic',
+ '001' => 'Armon',
+ '002' => 'Wesley',
+ '003' => 'Gerald',
+ '005' => 'Rudy',
+ '007' => 'Brandon',
+ '008' => 'Patrick',
+ '011' => 'Luke',
+ '012' => 'LaMarcus',
+ '017' => 'Chris',
+ '020' => 'Maurice',
+ '023' => 'Marcus',
+ '024' => 'Andre',
+ '052' => 'Greg',
+ '088' => 'Nic',
);
=end programlisting
+=begin tip Hash Key Quoting Rules
+
+Fat comma hash key quoting only works on things that look like barewords; these
+keys look like numbers--octal numbers, in specific, with the leading zero. Yes,
+almost everyone makes this mistake.
+
+=end tip
+
To sort this list by name alphabetically, you must sort the hash by its values,
not its keys. Getting the values sorted correctly is easy:

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