September 2007
Perl Review;Fall2007, Vol. 4 Issue 0, p29
Academic Journal
The article offers information on several modules developed for the Perl programming language. Math::Prime::TiedArray implements a lazy array of prime numbers and includes precomputation and caching mechanisms. Lingua::Any::Numbers can be used to compare the numbers across different languages. Win32::Snarl is a notification for the Windows operating system.


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