2019.03.10 in #398
Perl 6 EU Edition
Interesting and smart Perl 6 examples. One advise about EVAL was new to me, about we must specify 'use MONKEY-SEE-NO-EVAL' to make EVAL safe and less dangerous.
2019.04.16 in #404
Perl 6 P(i)ermutations
Arne has been very creative with his solution for the weekly challenge as always.
2019.04.28 in #405
Perl 6 Anagrams
Arne Sommer blogging skill is unbelievable. He is too good. Checkout his work and you will know what I am talking about.
2019.05.12 in #407
Perl 6 The Niven Ladder
2019.05.14 in #408
Perfect Indentation with Perl 6
Arne blog is exceptional in a way that anyone can follow it without any trouble. I have been following his blog since the start of the weekly challenge and I have noticed a very catchy blog title every week.
2019.05.25 in #409
Squared Ranking with Perl 6
Arne with his unique style of writing amazes me every week. I just love reading his blog.
2019.06.01 in #410
Roman Numerals with Perl 6
Arne Sommer, being on vacation last week, still managed to solve one of the challenge. If you look at the quality of his technical writing, it is priceless. A very good reference point for anyone learning Perl 6, very well explained in details.
2019.06.08 in #411
FC Matrix with Perl 6
As always Arns came up with thorough explanation of his solutions to Challenge 011. It is always fun reading his blog.
2019.06.11 in #412
The Euclid Path with Perl 6
The line-by-line explanation of the solution by Arne Sommer is unmatachable.
2019.06.22 in #413
Hofstadter, Friday and Perl 6
Arne is one of my favourite team member and I always make sure to read his blog for one reason and that is to learn Perl6.
2019.06.29 in #414
Van Eck, US States and Perl 6
2019.07.05 in #415
Prime Vigenere and Perl 6
Arne blog as usual as its best. You can't afford to skip it.
2019.07.13 in #416
Pythagoras Bitcoin with Perl 6
Arne is as usual sharp and crystal clear in his understanding and explanation. Ideal for someone new to the language.
2019.07.21 in #417
Ackerman, URL and Perl 6
Arne used multisubs to solve the Ackermann function. He then used Perl6 Grammar to solve URL parser task. Great blog to read.
2019.07.27 in #418
Substrings and Queues with Perl 6
Arne's blog make the learning of Perl6 feature simple and easy to follow. Highly recommended.
2019.07.29 in #419
Word Wrapped Weekends, Perl 6 Edition
Arne, as usual, shows the power of Perl6 with line-by-line explanation.
2019.08.09 in #420
Amicable Split with Perl 6
What a moment, it was for PWC, Arne shared his solution during his talk at The Perl COnference in Riga. I was sitting in the audience and got the opportunity to ask few Perl6 questions.
2019.08.15 in #421
Euler's URL with Perl 6
As always, Arne's started with the magical power of Perl6. You would want more of Perl6 after reading his blog.
2019.08.27 in #423
Random Differential Decomposition with Perl 6
With his unique blogging style, Arne, presented his Perl6 solution in a simple and elegant way. Whether you know Perl6 or not, you are going to love his blog.
2019.08.30 in #423
A Prehistoric Perl 5 & 6 Fizz-E-Buzz
Arne joined the team during thet second week of Perl Weekly Challenge. Therefore he missing the first challenge. With so positive energy among the team these days, he decided to take the first challenge as well.
2019.09.05 in #424
Small Inversions with Perl 6
You are going to love the solution to task #1 by Arne. He simply killed it.
2019.09.15 in #425
Pokemon Chiao, Perl 6
Being a big fan of Arne, I can't stop reading the blog. He is simply the best. You can't afford to miss his blog.
2019.09.19 in #426
String Angling with Perl 6
Arne making use of custom type for Stones and Jewels task is interesting. His use of diagram makes it follow the code.
2019.09.29 in #427
Historical Intersection with Perl 6
One thing special about Arne's blog other than his writing skill, is the catchy title.
2019.10.06 in #428
Perl 6 Binary Clock
Arne discussed Task #1, Unicode vs ASCII in particular in great detail. You can't afford to miss it.
2019.10.11 in #429
Bracen C with Perl 6
As always Perl6 doesn't need lots of coding. Checkout the Perl6 magic.
2019.10.17 in #430
Christmas Twelfth Cometh Perl 6
If you want to fall in love with Raku, just read the solution to Christmas day task by Arne. I bet you will not be disappointed.
2019.10.24 in #431
Dynamic Zero with Raku
Arne explained how dynamic variable name is not a good idea and how you can still get it done in Raku, if you want.
2019.11. in #432
The Raku Instance Bar
Arne mentioned $*ARGFILES in great details. You can't afford to miss it.
2019.11.06 in #433
Addition and Multiplication with Raku
As always, Arne, came up with another gem from Raku. You will learn something new every week as far as Arne's blog is concerned.
2019.11.13 in #434
Sliced Dispatch, the Raku Way
Arne showing the power of REPL of Raku. You wont be disappointed.
2019.11.20 in #435
Morse and Remorse with Raku
Every week, Arne, presented solutions with something new to most of us (Perl Fan). It was "antipairs" this time.
2019.12.01 in #436
Vin Knapsack Meets Raku
Arne made reading Raku code so easy even for someone new to Raku. Amazing Skill.
2019.12.07 in #437
Weekdays, Daylight and Raku
This week, I found Raku solutions easy to follow. Arne had his magic all over as always.
2019.12.14 in #438
Datefinder General, A Raku Wordgame
Arne comes up with Raku magic every week. This week, he came up with "subset where".
2019.12.22 in #439
Reverse Polish Guest Book, Raku Edition
Arne has been a great supporter of Raku and best source of knowledge.
2019.12.22 in #439
Day 22: Off Course
2019.12.26 in #440
Multiple Fun with Arrays and Raku
Arne never stops surprising me with Raku magic every week. Must Read.
2020.01.03 in #441
Attractive Leonardo Numbers with Raku
Arne's one-line Raku solution is the highlight. You don't want to miss it.
2020.01.12 in #442
Octally Balanced Braces with Raku
Arne shows off the power of Raku every week. Do checkout if you want to learn more about Raku.
2020.01.18 in #443
Olympic Numbers with Raku
Arne is undoubtly one of the best Raku expert. Please do checkout.
2020.01.24 in #444
From 100 to 200 with Raku
2020.01.30 in #445
Square Dumper with Raku
Arne attempted Perl solution for the first time. A very interesting twist.
2020.02.07 in #446
The Cryptic Raku Room
Arne solved the room task in a really unique way.
2020.02.13 in #447
The Roman Gap with Raku
Arne showing how to extend the Raku language to build the Roman Calculator.
2020.02.20 in #448
Surviving Dates with Raku
Arne's blog is always packed with diagram and detail explanation. Highly Recommended.
2020.03.01 in #449
Smallest Cache with Raku
Checkout how Arne improved the performance by the use of Binary First approach.
2020.03.06 in #450
Nobly Merged Raku
Arne shared how to deal with a very large intervals. You will be surprised by the power of Raku.
2020.03.11 in #451
Three Colours by Raku
Arne shared the power of Junction operator of Raku and many more.
2020.03.16 in #452
Stepping Winner with Raku
Reading Arne blog is one way of exploring Raku language. Must Read.
2020.03.26 in #453
Vowelled Matrix with Raku
Plenty to learn about Raku when you go through the blog. Highly Recommended.
2020.04.03 in #454
Sequential Conjectures with Raku
Arne showed how to solve Extra Credit task without the use of cache.
2020.04.09 in #455
Flipping the Raku Wave
Check out Arne's blog for more Raku magic.
2020.04.18 in #456
Diff Sum by Raku
Do you want to learn something new about Raku? Please checkout the blog.
2020.04.25 in #457
An Inverted Prefix with Raku
Arne created Raku Class BinaryNode to solve Invert Tree task. Checkout his work on print binary tree. Must Read.
2020.05.01 in #458
Compared Lineup with Raku
Arne solved the weekly challenge in Perl, Raku, PHP, Python, Ruby and Bash.
2020.05.08 in #459
Linked Sum by Raku
Like always Arne made the task so simple and easy.
2020.05.13 in #460
Excelled Find with Raku
Arne blog shared variety of choices for each task. Highly Recommended.
2020.05.20 in #461
The IPv4 Product, Raku Edition
Arne once again came up with a gem of collections. Highly Recommended.
2020.06.03 in #463
The Last Rotation with Raku
Arne once again tried his luck with Perl, which is a bonus for all of us.
2020.06.13 in #464
The Minimum Break with Raku
Fun way of dealing with command line parameters for Matrix. Must Read.
2020.06.19 in #465
The Palin Digits with Raku
Arne shared Perl solutions as well for fun this week. Please do checkout.
2020.06.27 in #466
Dividing Powers with Raku
Arne is deal with Perl and Raku this time. It is always fun reading his blog.
2020.07.01 in #467
Numbers and Letters with Raku
Arne continued playing with Perl and Raku this week. Always fun to read his blog.
2020.07.12 in #468
Zero Order with Raku & Perl
Arne is kindly sharing his Perl side now. You don't want to miss it.
2020.07.18 in #469
Binary Strobe with Raku & Perl
Arne comparison of Perl and Raku solutions is the main attraction. You don't want to miss it.
2020.07.25 in #470
Gray Swapping with Raku & Perl
As always Arne blog goes into finer details of Perl and Raku solutions.
2020.08.01 in #471
Peaked Trim with Raku & Perl
Find out the difference between roll and pick in Raku, Thanks Arne for sharing the knowledge.
2020.08.06 in #472
Zero Lines with Raku & Perl
Arne still participating in weekly challenge while on holidays.
2020.08.14 in #473
Sliding Neighbour with Raku & Perl
Reading blog is a great experience ever, highly recommended.
2020.08.23 in #474
Majority Character with Raku
No Perl solution this week but you still have plenty to check out.
2020.09.06 in #476
Primal Words with Raku
Arne blog is once again full of Raku magics. I will revisit sometime next for thorough read.
2020.09.11 in #477
Lonely Sum with Raku
Arne shared how he simplified Prime Sum solution to get the Fibonacci sum task done.
2020.09.18 in #478
Rotating Leader with Raku and Perl
Arne used Raku solution to create Perl solution. I loved the reverse engineer.
2020.09.27 in #479
Counting Water with Raku and Perl
As always, Arne present mix of solutions in Raku.
2020.10.04 in #480
Positively Candy with Raku and Perl
Arne once again came up with cool Perl and Raku solutions.
2020.10.11 in #481
Common Frequency with Raku
Arne shared Raku magic in this week blog.
2020.10.18 in #482
Interleaved Factors with Raku
Arne blog is full of Raku magic. Best guide for Raku.
2020.10.25 in #483
Wordly Array with Raku
Arne shared coolest Raku solution. Must Read.
2020.10.31 in #484
Four Corners with Raku
Arne is showing off his task analysis skills brilliantly in this blog post. Must Read.
2020.11.06 in #485
Two Triplets with Raku and Perl
Arne once again attempted Perl to solve the weekly challenge. Must Read.
2020.11.13 in #486
A Different Puzzle with Raku and Perl
It gives me immense pleasure every time Arne attempts a Perl solution. Amazing blogging skill as well.
2020.11.21 in #487
Raku - Largest and Longest
It makes me happy when I see how Arne tried different strategies. Once again, we have Perl and Raku solutions.
2020.11.25 in #488
Arrayed Spiral with Raku and Perl
Arne's use of a mapping analogy for the Spiral Matrix is the coolest approach. We are blessed to have both Perl and Raku versions this week.
2020.12.04 in #489
Magical Sum with Raku and Perl
Arne shared his invention that generates a GCD in Raku. His smooth transition to Perl from Raku is so beautiful and evident in his blog post.
2020.12.12 in #490
Sequenced Multiplication with Raku and Perl
Arne has been one of the biggest supporters of the Weekly Challenge. This was another week when he gave us Perl and Raku solutions.
2020.12.20 in #491
Count and Jump with Raku and Perl
Arne continued sharing Perl and Raku gems in this blog post. Must Read.
2020.12.27 in #492
Isomorphic Insertation with Raku
With the power of Raku, Arne made the tasks look so easy. As always the detailed discussion is exceptionally good.
2021.01.01 in #493
Pointy Path with Raku
Missing Perl solutions this week. However the Raku solutions will definitely keep you engaged.
2021.01.08 in #494
Binary Linked Anagrams with Raku
I look forward to Arne's blog post every week to see how creative his title is going to be. Thanks for yet another quality blog.
2021.01.16 in #495
Palindromic Stack with Raku and Perl
Arne once again shared his Perl solutions this week. Arne's unique style of blogging is very catchy. Must Read.
2021.01.22 in #496
Reversed Distance with Raku and Perl
I love it when Arne does both Perl and Raku together. You get to see the similarities. Must Read.
2021.01.30 in #497
Caesarean Substrings with Raku and Perl
Arne also used a bitwise operator to solve the binary substrings task. He also shared Perl solutions.
2021.02.06 in #498
Read 'n' Search with Raku and Perl
Arne once again dealing with Perl and Raku. You are going to love his discussion of the readN() task.
2021.02.12 in #499
Subsequently Matched with Raku and Perl
Arne's solution to the "Unique Subsequence" task is the best. And the explanation is even better.
2021.02.20 in #500
Fun Sum Time with Raku and Perl
As always, Arne's blog post is full of Raku tricks. You don't want to miss it.
2021.03.06 in #502
Rare Counting with Raku and Perl
We all know Arne is a Raku expert but his Perl skill is equally great. I love his Perl solutions with the flavour of Raku.
2021.03.14 in #503
Playing the Zodiac with Raku
Arne showing off his command over Raku and the use of Unicode characters in the code is brilliant. Well done.
2021.03.21 in #504
Nimbly Fuscous with Raku
Arne has been very creative with his blog post's title. I love the way he discusses his solutions. Must Read.
2021.03.27 in #505
Named Roots with Raku and Perl
Arne, as always, came up with complete solutions in Perl and Raku. Keep it up.
2021.04.04 in #506
String the Gap with Raku
Arne always presents his case with reference documents which give you the complete picture. Keep it up.
2021.04.11 in #507
Self-Deceptive Methods with Raku
Arne shared something new about Self-Descriptive Numbers. Thanks for sharing.
2021.04.18 in #508
Locate the Bell with Raku and Perl
Arne is unbeatable when it comes to the creativity of his blog titles. You will also find the content to be high quality.
2021.04.25 in #509
Chowla Squared with Raku and Perl
Arne once again not only shares his solution but also shows the internals as well. Keep it up.
2021.05.02 in #510
Validly Transposed Raku and Perl
Arne used a special trick to deal with the Valid Phone Numbers task by only looking at the first 4 characters.
2021.05.04 in #511
Ordered Search for Raku
Arne presented a complete commnad line solution. Cool, he even tried against German dictionary.
2021.05.16 in #512
Canonical Stairs with Raku and Perl
Arne shared both Perl and Raku solutions this week. His Raku solution to the Canonical Path task is my favourite.
2021.05.22 in #513
Re Re Raku (and Perl)
I am big fan of Arne for his creative blog titles. He is simply the best. This week, we got bonus Perl solutions as well. Thanks for sharing.
2021.05.29 in #514
Palindromic Set with Raku and Perl
A complete application in Perl and Raku with detailed discussion, as always. Thanks for sharing.
2021.06.13 in #516
Sequential Squares with Raku and Perl
Arne's bonus solution is really nice and his workaround hack used in Perl solution is cool. Thanks for sharing.
2021.06.20 in #517
The Rowdy Path with Raku and Perl
Ever since Arne started sharing Perl solutions alongside Raku, I really enjoy the translation of Raku to get the Perl equivalent. Great work. Keep it up.
2021.06.26 in #518
Binary Knight with Raku (and Perl)
Thank you Arne for taking part in the weekly challenge even while on holiday. I loved the story behind the second task.
2021.07.04 in #519
Swap Sequence with Raku and Perl
2021.07.11 in #520
Arne has been brilliant with his blog titles. You simply can't beat him. Also the pictorial description of the solution is incredibly useful. Keep up the great work.
2021.07.18 in #521
Inverted Salesman with Raku and Perl
Arne's pictorial description is unbeatable, specially the bitwise operation. Thanks for sharing.
2021.07.24 in #522
Of Points with Raku and Perl
2021.07.31 in #523
Ugly Points with Raku and Perl
This thorough discussion of the Square Points task is really worth reading. Appreciate the hard work it takes to create the blog.
2021.08.08 in #524
Happy Tug with Raku
The best part of the blog by Arne is that you get more than you asked for. Always full of different ideas and amazing solutions. Keep up the great work.
2021.08.14 in #525
Pythagorean Tree with Raku
Arne, being on holiday, still managed to contribute, which is incredible. I simply love reading his blog. It is always packed with gems.
2021.08.22 in #526
Count Minesweeper with Raku and Perl
Arne's style of accepting input parameters for the Minesweeper Game task is really cool. Great example showing the power of Perl and Raku. Thanks for sharing.
2021.08.28 in #527
Disjoint Conflict with Raku and Perl
Arne's blog always teaches me something new in Raku. This time, it was "so". Thanks for your contributions.
2021.09.05 in #528
With Raku to Mum's Platform
A cool example of a Raku class. Great demo of Raku best practices. Keep it up.
2021.09.12 in #529
Linked Roots with Raku
Arne has been great promoter of Raku language. In this week blog, he shared cool Raku magic once again. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2021.09.19 in #530
The Odd Tree with Raku and Perl
Cool demo of dot and svg. Keep it up and thanks for sharing.
2021.09.26 in #531
Con Se Pair with Raku and Perl
Arne sharing Raku hacks as always but this time we have Perl solutions too. Thanks for sharing.
2021.10.03 in #532
Mirrored Hash with Raku
Arne's style of pictorial representation of the task is the highlight for me. Another interesting bit is that you can get the debug information to understand the inner details. Keep up the great work.
2021.10.08 in #533
Smithe Thee Squarely with Raku and Perl
Arne, making good use of bit operator to deal with the weekly challenge. Cool blog post, not to be missed.
2021.10.17 in #534
Distinctly Pandigital with Raku and Perl
Arne always extends the task beyond what is asked and I loved it. Keep it up, great work.
2021.10.23 in #535
SEDOL in the Middle with Raku and Perl
Arne is our in-house Raku guru in my humble opinion. Anyone who wants to learn Raku, this is the best place to learn from. Keep it up the great work.
2021.10.31 in #536
Friendly Fibonacci with Raku and Perl
Arne's blog's USP is the detailed discussion of each function used in the code with a link to the original documentation. This not only helps understand the code better but also gives us the opportunity to understand the language better. Thank you Arne for your contributions as always.
2021.11.07 in #537
Lychrel Longing with Raku and Perl
I am not sure if you noticed, but Arne always does varieties of solutions of the same task. Plenty to keep you entertained. Thanks for sharing.
2021.11.14 in #538
The Workdays are Numbered with Raku (and Perl)
Arne is one of the PWC members who I follow when it comes to Raku programming. His style of blogging is apt for any new learner. Thank you for everything.
2021.11.21 in #539
The Longest Sort with Raku
As expected, Arne came up with one a liner in Raku for JortSort. Raku rocks.
2021.11.28 in #540
Add the Table (or not) with Raku
No matter how difficult the task is, Raku will make it look simple. On top of that, Arne would then shows his smart skills. Always a pleasure to read his blog.
2021.12.05 in #541
Numbly Numbers with Raku
The highlight of Arne's blog post is the detailed description of the code and the reference to the official documentation. It really helps anyone new to Raku. Well done and keep it up.
2021.12.12 in #542
At Sleep at Last with Raku
A very interesting solution to the Sleep Sort task in Raku. Thanks Arne for sharing the magic.
2021.12.19 in #543
Stealthy Calculator with Raku and Perl
Brilliant piece of work to showcase the power of EVAL and Raku Grammars. Thanks for your contributions.
2021.12.26 in #544
Primarily Ulam with Raku (and perl)
The solution to the Semiprime task in Raku is amazingly simple. I wish I knew this before. Thanks Arne for sharing.
2022.01.02 in #545
Palin' Dot with Raku and Perl
I really enjoyed the Perl solution by Arne as you can see the Raku flavour in it. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.01.07 in #546
Fractionally Prime with Raku and Perl
Arne always gives more than just the task. This week also we have dot file generation. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.01.16 in #547
Pentagon Prime with Raku and Perl
The break-down of the Pentagon Numbers task makes it easy to follow. Using Raku's power made the end result very compact. Thanks for sharing.
2022.01.23 in #548
Eban Cardano the Third with Raku and Perl
Arne being a Raku expert, I would like to thank him for introducing Math::BigInt::Named to me. Plenty to learn every week from his blog. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
2022.01.30 in #549
Fibonacci Square with Raku and Perl
Thanks for sharing state variables in Raku. I wasn't aware of them earlier. Keep it up; great work.
2022.02.06 in #550
Fibonacci Squared Again with Raku and Perl
Arne's Raku solution has plenty for everyone. I loved the use of 'subset'. It makes the code cleaner and easier to read.
2022.02.13 in #551
The Tree House with Raku
Arne's interpretation of the second task is cool and on top we get a pictorial representation. And such a detailed description makes the code easy to read. Thanks for all the hard work.
2022.02.20 in #552
Triangular Rectangle with Raku
Kudos to Arne for taking the pain to represent the task analysis using diagram. Keep it up great work.
2022.02.26 in #553
Just the Fact with Raku
Arne, as always, shared more than one solution to each task. Plenty of varieties. Keep it up great work.
2022.03.04 in #554
Padovan is Missing with Raku and Perl
Arne always shares multiple solutions of each task, showing different aspects. I liked the Perl and Raku comparison most. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.03.13 in #555
Pisano the Fortunate
The unique style of blogging with links to the official documentation makes the blog much more fun. Thank you for everything.
2022.03.18 in #556
For me, I found the one-liner solution in Raku for Pernicious Number task is the top class. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.03.24 in #557
Brazilian Means with Raku
Another great showing of Raku magic, including Reduction metaoperators and polymod. Plenty to learn, as always!
2022.04.02 in #558
Cuban Addition, Primarily with Raku
The optimisation of the Raku solution is a highlight of the week. The explanation of key features of Raku is also great. Thanks for sharing.
2022.04.10 in #559
Farey, Moebius and Raku
Arne used the power of Raku to the extreme and present us cool solutions. Thanks for your contributions as always.
2022.04.16 in #560
The Magic Equilibrium
Using graph to explain the task is really cool. Thank you for your efforts every week.
2022.04.23 in #561
Panabecedarian Grams with Raku
As expected, we got catchy one-liner in Raku by Arne. Well documented solutions, keep it up great work.
2022.05.01 in #562
A thorough analysis and discussion of the task Wheatstone-Playfair, you don't want to miss it. Keep it up great work.
2022.05.08 in #563
Sum and Sum Again
Thanks for bonus Perl solutions. Nice use of Perl6::Junction, thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.05.15 in #564
Finding the number of steps to get to the Happy Numbers is nice hack. Thanks for your contributions as always.
2022.05.22 in #565
Arne's style of showing the steps to get the end result is very impressive. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.05.29 in #566
Setting up directory for the task using bash is a smart move. On top of that you get regular Raku magic.
2022.06.05 in #567
Arne is so good at making difficult task appears easy with his skill. Highly recommended.
2022.06.12 in #568
Arne also shares Perl and Raku solutions. I noticed Raku being his first love, his Perl solutions is also top notch every week. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.06.19 in #569
An Abundance of Numbers
I always enjoy the translation of Raku into Perl. Plenty to learn about Raku, thank you for all your effort.
2022.06.25 in #570
The Primorial Soup
Raku gives us plenty of choices and Arne presents us one of them. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.03 in #571
Abundantly First Class
Arne sharing the power of Raku and a complete solution. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.10 in #572
Detailed discussion showing the power of Raku as always the case every week. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.17 in #573
The variation of so many different ways to solve a task is the highlight for me. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.23 in #574
I always find something new about Raku every week, thanks to the contributions by Arne.
2022.07.31 in #575
Perfect at Last
Arne is one of the few veterans we have and he proved it this time by pointing that the "Last Sunday" task is very similar to the one in Week 13. Thank you for all your contributions.
2022.08.06 in #576
Plenty of different approach being discussed and shared. Well done. Thanks for sharing as always.
2022.08.13 in #577
Cyclops Be Dammed
Detailed analysis with links to the documentation, helps to understand the code better. Keep it up great work.
2022.08.21 in #578
An Imaginary Date
Thank you Arne for sharing the Raku magic. Highly recommended if you are new to Raku. Keep it up great work.
2022.08.28 in #579
Arne style of building up solution is really cool. Keep it up great work.
2022.09.03 in #580
After long gap, Arne back to sharing Perl solutions. Cool use of Bag in Raku solutions. Thank you for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.09.11 in #581
Raku powerfull file operations in action and make the end result so compact. Cool work as always.
2022.09.18 in #582
The Common Index
Arne has been generous and sharing bonus Perl solutions alongwith Raku. Keep it up great work.
2022.09.25 in #583
Nice to know how to deal with arrayrefs in Raku. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us every week.
2022.10.02 in #584
Cool solutions in Perl and Raku along with the bonus Fun Fact in the end. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.10.09 in #585
Mask the MAC
Great demo of substr() in Raku to solve this week challenges. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.10.16 in #586
Arne always surprise with something new in Raku. Thank you for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.10.23 in #587
Just love the demo of REPL using the powerful built=in libraries of Raku. Thanks for sharing as always.
2022.10.30 in #588
Great detailed explanation makes the code easy to follow. Well done and thanks for sharing.
2022.11.06 in #589
To a Greater Degree
Great show of verbose solutions. It makes the difficult algorithm easy to follow. Keep it great work.
2022.11.13 in #590
Pure regex one-liner in Raku for Capital Detection, very clever. And for the other using diagram to explain the process. Keep it up great work.
2022.11.20 in #591
Twice as Cute
Complicated algorithm made simple using the Raku power, great skill, keep it up.
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