2020.12.04 in #489
Perl Weekly Challenge 89.
Although new to the team, you can already see the spark in his writings. Thank you for your contribution.
2020.12.07 in #490
Perl Weekly Challenge 90
Luis tried the rarely-used bit operator for mathematica operation. Fun to read always.
2020.12.14 in #491
Perl Weekly Challenge 91
Luis shared something new to me in his blog post i.e RLE. Thank You.
2020.12.22 in #492
Perl Weekly Challenge 92
Luis discussion of Insert Interval task is exceptional. Highly Recommended.
2020.12.28 in #493
Perl Weekly Challenge 93
Luis' solutions with tests made it a complete package, specially, the 'Max Points' task.
2021.01.04 in #494
Perl Weekly Challenge 94
Luis' one-liner is very impressive. Must Read.
2021.01.11 in #495
Perl Weekly Challenge 95.
Luis shows his creative side and shared few fun bits. It makes reading his blog such fun.
2021.01.18 in #496
Perl Weekly Challenge 96
Luis seems to follow the philosophy "Don't re-invent the wheel". I highly recommend the use of CPAN as much as possible.
2021.01.25 in #497
Perl Weekly Challenge 97
Luis shared solutions with examples which is always handy.
2021.02.01 in #498
Perl Weekly Challenge 98
Luis making use of Functional Programming to deal with the readN() task.
2021.02.08 in #499
Perl Weekly Challenge 99
Luis took the full advantage of Perl regexes to deal with "Unique Subsequence".
2021.02.15 in #500
Perl Weekly Challenge 100
Luis' one-liner is easily decodable and does the job.
2021.03.01 in #502
Perl Weekly Challenge 102
Luis shared multiple approaches dealing with task 1 and shared how each performed.
2021.04. in #506
Perl Weekly Challenge 106.
Just loved the hack for the Decimal String task. Beautiful.
2021.04.05 in #507
Perl Weekly Challenge 107
Luis presented us with two versions of the Self-Descriptive numbers task solutions. Cool interpretation.
2021.04.12 in #508
Perl Weekly Challenge 108
I enjoyed the refactoring process in the solution to the Bell Numbers task.
2021.04.19 in #509
Perl Weekly Challenge 109
Thanks for reminding us about the Permutator from the Higher Order Perl book.
2021.04.27 in #510
Perl Weekly Challenge 110
Luis shared multiple solutions to the Transpose File task. Simply loved it. Thanks.
2021.05.03 in #511
Perl Weekly Challenge 111
Luis shared a unique solution to the Ordered Letters task in Perl. Thanks for sharing.
2021.05.12 in #512
Perl Weekly Challenge 112
Luis' use of regex is very different from other people's. You must take a look.
2021.05.22 in #513
Perl Weekly Challenge 113
Luis' attempt to improve the performance of the Represent Integer task is commendable. Keep it up.
2021.05.24 in #514
Perl Weekly Challenge 114
I loved the hack used for the 'Higher Integer Set Bits' task. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2021.06.11 in #516
Perl Weekly Challenge 116
Luis' one-liner is the winner for me this week. Well done.
2021.06.15 in #517
Perl Weekly Challenge 117
Luis showed the power of recursive functions when dealing with Find Possible Paths task. Nice and easy to follow, thanks.
2021.06.21 in #518
Perl Weekly Challenge 118
Interesting use of PDL to solve task #2. Thank you for sharing.
2021.06.28 in #519
Perl Weekly Challenge 119
2021.07.07 in #520
Perl Weekly Challenge 120
For me, the highlight was the one-liner Perl solution to the Clock Angle task. Cool solution.
2021.07.12 in #521
Perl Weekly Challenge 121
Luis went beyond what was asked in the The Travelling Salesman task and gave us lots of extra goodies. You don't want to miss out.
2021.07.19 in #522
Perl Weekly Challenge 122
2021.07.27 in #523
Perl Weekly Challenge 123
Luis showed his PDL knowledge and shared how he used PDL to solve the Square Points task. Thanks for sharing.
2021.08.02 in #524
Perl Weekly Challenge 124
Interesting use of PDL for task #1. I love it when code gets re-used. It shows it is not forgotten. Good use of existing code.
2021.08.10 in #525
Perl Weekly Challenge 125
I love the frank discussion of the task in this blog post. It touches on the edge cases as well.
2021.08.20 in #526
Perl Weekly Challenge 126
Once again Luis shows the power of PDL while dealing with the Minesweeper Game. Thanks for sharing.
2021.08.23 in #527
Perl Weekly Challenge 127
Great demonstration of PDL. It is always a pleasure to see the use of PDL. Keep it up.
2021.08.30 in #528
Perl Weekly Challenge 128
The best part of Luis' blog post is the use of PDL. Cool promotion of PDL. Thanks for sharing.
2021.09.06 in #529
Perl Weekly Challenge 129
Full credit goes to Luis for the extra efforts he put in building tree structure. I admire his hard work.
2021.09.15 in #530
Perl Weekly Challenge 130
For the first task, Luis, used YAML for his tree representation. It made the search really fun.
2021.09.21 in #531
Perl Weekly Challenge 131
Luis shared simple and easy to follow solutions. Keep up the great work.
2021.09.28 in #532
Perl Weekly Challenge 132
I like the fact that Luis make cools assumption and solves the task. I loved his analysis as always.
2021.10.06 in #533
Perl Weekly Challenge 133
Luis is back with his one-liner to solve the Integer Square Root task. Also a Smith Number task solution covering multiple bases. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2021.10.11 in #534
Perl Weekly Challenge 134
Luis impressive one-liner is not to be missed - showing the power of CPAN.
2021.10.20 in #535
Perl Weekly Challenge 135
Luis didn't disappoint either this week as he continued to show his one-liner skill. Thank you.
2021.10.25 in #536
Perl Weekly Challenge 136
Luis' one-liner is becoming a trend now. I am loving it as well. Keep it up great work.
2021.11 in #539
A follow-up on a benchmark that appeared in the Rakudo Weekly News newsletter on September 27 comparing C to Perl and Raku among many other languages. Though Perl turned out to be much slower than C, using PDL the difference becomes much smaller and by turning on a switch, it can actually become faster!
2021.11.02 in #537
Perl Weekly Challenge 137
I really like Luis' one-liner. It is so much fun to decode the code. Even the Lychrel number was turned into a one-liner. Great. Thanks for sharing.
2021.11.09 in #538
Perl Weekly Challenge 138
Luis' blog's main attraction for me is the Perl one liners. It is not always easy to read but I like to challenge myself at times. Keep it up great work.
2021.11.16 in #539
Perl Weekly Challenge: 139
Luis came up with a one-liner again to deal with JortSort task. Thank you sharing these solutions with us.
2021.11.23 in #540
Perl Weekly Challenge 140
Luis showing off his PDL knowledge. It is always a pleasure to see so many different ways to solve a task. Thank you for your contributions.
2021.11.29 in #541
Perl Weekly Challenge 141
Great example of PDL::NiceSlice. I will have a closer look later. Very impressive. Keep it up; great work.
2021.12.09 in #542
Perl Weekly Challenge 142
Luis detailed analysis of the Sleep Sort task is highly recommended. Thank you Luis.
2021.12.13 in #543
Perl Weekly Challenge 143
Great example showing the power of regexes and one liners in Perl. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2021.12.22 in #544
Perl Weekly Challenge 144
Really cool demo of a one-liner showing the use of PDL. Keep it up; great work.
2021.12.27 in #545
Perl Weekly Challenge 145
Luis sharing the power of PDL with a one-liner. You don't want to miss it.
2022.01.03 in #546
Perl Weekly Challenge 146
Very impressive one-liner solution in Perl by Luis. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
2022.01.10 in #547
Perl Weekly Challenge 147
As always, Luis is sharing compact PDL solutions. You must check it out.
2022.01.17 in #548
Perl Weekly Challenge 148
The Cardano Triplets solution as a one-liner in Perl is really cool. Amazing work, keep it up.
2022.01.24 in #549
Perl Weekly Challenge 149
Luis has mastered one-liners in PDL week after week. Nice promotion of PDL. You don't want to miss it.
2022.01.31 in #550
Perl Weekly Challenge 150
Luis is a master of one-liners. This week we got another masterpiece. Thank you.
2022.02.08 in #551
Luis' one-liner in Perl using a cool regex is worth checking out. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.02.14 in #552
Perl Weekly Challenge 152
Luis one liner in Perl fun but the solution to the rectangle area is even cooler. Great work as ever.
2022.02.21 in #553
Perl Weekly Challenge 153
Luis once again showing his skill for one-liner. Amazing.
2022.02.28 in #554
Perl Weekly Challenge 154
Luis is known for his one-liners in Perl using CPAN modules. The end result is short and compact. Well done.
2022.03.07 in #555
Perl Weekly Challenge 155
Luis' one-liner is the main attraction every week. Thank you for sharing the knowledge.
2022.03.14 in #556
Perl Weekly Challenge 156
Luis surprised all of us with his one-liner in Raku. I wonder why he didn't share the code as solution. Well done.
2022.03.21 in #557
Perl Weekly Challenge 157
Luis is a master of one-liners, and came up with a Perl one-liner to solve the Pythagorean Means problem.
2022.03.28 in #558
Perl Weekly Challenge 158
Luis once again came up with a great one-liner in Perl. Thanks for sharing.
2022.04.05 in #559
Perl Weekly Challenge 159
A complex one-liner in Perl as always. Thanks for your support and contributions.
2022.04.11 in #560
Perl Weekly Challenge 160
Luis took the challenge to another level, and you should definitely have a look at his solution! Thank you for your contributions.
2022.04.18 in #561
Perl Weekly Challenge 161
I am totally blown away by the Perl solution to the task 'Pangrams'. How did you manage to come up with such complex logic. Well done.
2022.04.25 in #562
Perl Weekly Challenge 162
Luis one-liner in Perl is really cool as always. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.05.02 in #563
Perl Weekly Challenge 163
Nice promotion of PDL and the end result is classic one-liner. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.05.12 in #564
Perl Weekly Challenge 164
Luis consistent one-liner in Perl is the highlight every week. Thank you for sharing the knowledge.
2022.05.20 in #565
Perl Weekly Challenge 165
Another nice demo of PDL by Luis as one-liner. Great job, thanks.
2022.05.25 in #566
Perl Weekly Challenge 166
This week task was the ideal use case for Luis one-liner and he didn't miss it either. Well done.
2022.06.06 in #568
Perl Weekly Challenge 168
Luis one-liner in Perl is very special as always. The use of CPAN module makes it even fun. Well done and keep it up.
2022.06.13 in #569
Perl Weekly Challenge 169
Master of one-liner with cool use of CPAN module. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.06.20 in #570
Perl Weekly Challenge 170
Luis, being PDL fan, we get another show of clever use of PDL. Keep it up great work.
2022.06.27 in #571
Perl Weekly Challenge 171
Being PDL fan, we received one-liner for the task Abundant Numbers. Thanks for sharing.
2022.07.04 in #572
Perl Weekly Challenge 172
Cool use of CPAN module. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.07.11 in #573
Perl Weekly Challenge 173
Luis, being fan of one-liner, this week presented him ideal task. Thanks for sharing.
2022.07.18 in #574
Perl Weekly Challenge 174
Concise and compact solution with the help of PDL. Nice demo. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.25 in #575
Perl Weekly Challenge 175
Luis is showing his one-liner power once again. Apparently he can do anything in one-liner. Cool attempt.
2022.08.01 in #576
Perl Weekly Challenge 176
Perl one-liner is Luis speciality. Thanks for sharing with us.
2022.08.08 in #577
No one can beat Luis in Perl one-liner. Clever hack used to get the job done. Well done.
2022.08.15 in #578
Perl Weekly Challenge 178
Luis one-liner in Perl is always the highlight for me. I am a big fan of his one-liner. Thanks for sharing.
2022.08.22 in #579
Perl Weekly Challenge 179
Great example of PDL to solve sparkline task. Highly recommended.
2022.08.29 in #580
Perl Weekly Challenge 180
With the use CPAN module, List::MoreUtils, the Perl one-liner solution looks really crispy. Well done.
2022.09.05 in #581
Perl Weekly Challenge 181
Luis should be declare the master of Perl one-liner. Every week we see cool one-liner. Keep it up great work.
2022.09.12 in #582
Perl Weekly Challenge 182
Great use of CPAN module to solve the weekly tasks. Highly recommended.
2022.09.20 in #583
Perl Weekly Challenge 183
Another cool use of PDL. What a great show of PDL power. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.09.26 in #584
Perl Weekly Challenge 184
As expected, we got the power of regex in Perl one-liner. Well done.
2022.10.03 in #585
Perl Weekly Challenge 185
Nice use of CPAN module and not re-inventing the wheels. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2022.10.10 in #586
Perl Weekly Challenge 186
Master of one-liners, didn't miss the opportunity this week. Clever one-liner shared with us, thank you.
2022.10.17 in #587
Perl Weekly Challenge 187
Another show of cool one-liner in Perl. Amazing solutions, keep it up great work.
2022.10.25 in #588
Perl Weekly Challenge 188
Master of Perl one-liners in action one more time. Keep it up great work.
2022.10.31 in #589
Perl Weekly Challenge 189
Master of Perl one-liner is at his best. Highly Recommended.
2022.11.07 in #590
Perl Weekly Challenge 190
Impressive non-regex solution and that too one-liner in Perl. Keep it up great work.
2022.11.14 in #591
Perl Weekly Challenge 191
Another week with special one-liner in Perl. Well done. Keep it up.
2022.11.21 in #592
Perl Weekly Challenge 192
This week task fits in one-liner as far as Perl is concerned. Great work.
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