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Q.2148plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to get date info of files.
Q.2149plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to use pattern match, search operator.
Q.2150plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to manipulate directories.
Q.2153plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to view perl manuals as plain text document.
Q.2169plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to read one line at a time from a text file.
Q.2170plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::What is the syntax for opening a file.
Q.2172plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::What is the syntax for pattern matching operation..
Q.2173plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::What is the difference between single quote(') and double quote(").
Q.2174plainSoftware::Development::Languages::Perl::How to change output delimiter for arrays.
Q.2175plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line:: How to use subinacl to revoke printer permission.
Q.2176richtextSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::at::How to use the 'at' command.
Q.2177plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line:: How to search strings in files.
Q.2179plainSoftware::Services::HTTP Server::Apache:: How to set the index document (directory index) without changing the httpd.conf file.
Q.2180plainSoftware::Services::DNS:: How to confirm reverse zone on DNS.
Q.2182plainSoftware::OS::DOS:: How to use ASPI drivers for SCSI.
Q.2191.dirdirSoftware::OS::Unix::Linux::Redhat::LVM:: How to extend a filesystem by adding a new physical disk using LVM.