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  1. Title: (My)SQL Cheat Sheet
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:cse.unl.edu [0]
    File: MySQL How-to    #112
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Common SQL commands and options. Includes importing; dumping; column types; mathematical functions; modifying tables / data; querying. Also includes links to further MySQL references.
  2. Title: 10 new HTML5 tags you need to know about
    Author: James, Justin
    Pub. Source: URL:www.techrepublic.com [2012]
    File: HTML5    #1
    Subject: HTML5
    Notes:
    Short descriptions on audio and video, input type attributes, canvas, header and footer, article and section, output, details, figure and figcaption, progress and meter, datalist.
  3. Title: 15 SQLite3 SQL Commands Explained with Examples
    Author: Natarajan, Ramesh
    Pub. Source: URL:www.thegeekstuff.com [2012]
    File: SQLite    #2
    Subject: SQLite
    Notes:
    Using sqlite3 command line commands to create database; create tables; insert records; view records; rename tables; add column to existing table; view all tables in a database; create an index; create a trigger; create a view; savepoint, rollback, commit; additional date functions; dropping objects; operators; 'explain query plan'; attach and detach a database. Includes several comments.
  4. Title: Access Control Lists
    Author: Pogeue, David
    Pub. Source: Mac OS X Lion: The Missing Manual [2011]
    File: OS X    #205
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Finer control of permissions for files and directories using ACL. A UNIX-based system. Use 'ls -el' and 'chmod' to view and edit these permissions per file.
  5. Title: Add A Dab Of GUI To Unix Scripts
    Author: Domfest, Rael; Davidson, James Duncan
    Pub. Source: Mac OS X Panther Hacks [2004]
    File: OS X    #211
    Subject: OS X
    Subject: OS X - Programming
    Notes:
    Adding a GUI front-end to an application written in Perl, Python, AppleScript. Uses Pashua to make an executable application. URL: http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/excerpt/pantherhacks/
  6. Title: Analog gadgets that solve a diversity of problems and raise an array of questions
    Author: Dewdney, A.K.
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1985]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Engineering - Analog Devices
    Notes:
    Not Available
  7. Title: AppleScript Overview
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: Apple Inc. [2007]
    File: OS X    #204
    Subject: OS X - Programming
    Notes:
    Over 40 pages of detailed documentation introducing AppleScript. Open scripting architecture; scripting with AppleScript; scriptable applications; using Automator; AppleScript studio; utilities and applications.
  8. Title: Around and Around
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1987]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry - Cycloid Curves
    Notes:
    Not Available
  9. Title: Art of Creative Thinking (The)
    Author: Nierenberg, Gerard I.
    Pub. Source: In Situ [1982]
    File: Geometry    #1
    Subject: Psychology - Non-linear Thinking
    Subject: Geometry
    Notes:
    Wood block fits square, round, or triangular hole.
  10. Title: Avoiding SQL Injection Attacks
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: UNIX Review [2005]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #79
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Perl coding examples.
  11. Title: Be a magician
    Author: Reyes, Napoleon
    Pub. Source: CHEMTECH [1991]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  12. Title: Behind Monty Hall's Doors [1]
    Author: Tierney, John
    Pub. Source: The New York Times (copy) [1991]
    File: Probability    #1
    Subject: Logic
    Subject: Probability
    Notes:
    Not Available
  13. Title: Behind Monty Hall's Doors [2]
    Author: Tierney, John
    Pub. Source: The New York Times (transcription) [1991]
    File: Probability    #2
    Subject: Logic
    Subject: Probability
    Notes:
    Not Available
  14. Title: Blind SQL Injection
    Author: SPI Labs
    Pub. Source: SPI Dynamics [2007]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #86
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    What it is, detecting it, exploiting, solutions.
  15. Title: Capture screen image
    Author: Derouin, Travis; Sondra C
    Pub. Source: URL www.wikihow.com [0]
    File: OS X    #214
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Several ways to capture a screen image: portion of a screen; entire screen; save to clipboard; save active window; use Grab utility; alter location of saved files.
  16. Title: CGI/Perl Taint Mode FAQ
    Author: Birznieks, Gunther
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [1998]
    File: Perl    #186
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Comprehensive article on why and how to use taint mode.
  17. Title: Change The Admin Password With Mac OS X Single User Mode
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: OSX Daily [2011]
    File: OS X    #212
    Subject: OS X
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    Details how to change an admin password in Lion, Mountain Lion, and later. Using Terminal commands. Several dozen responses.
  18. Title: Clever Calculation Routines
    Author: Kyd, Charles W.
    Pub. Source: LOTUS [1988]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Subject: Spreadsheets
    Notes:
    Not Available
  19. Title: Command Line Shell For SQLite
    Author: SQLite
    Pub. Source: sqlite.org/cli.html [2014]
    File: SQLite    #1
    Subject: SQLite
    Notes:
    Using the CLI for startup options; create and query a database; dot commands (PRAGMAs); output formats; save results to a file; query the database schema; CSV import and export; convert database to ASCII text file; use SQLite in a shell script.
  20. Title: Command-Line Printing and Options
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: cups.org [2007]
    File: OS X    #213
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Contains instructions on using the 'lp' and 'lpr' commands from the shell to print. *** THIS DOES NOT WORK ON MY IMAC OR MACBOOK AIR ***
  21. Title: Complex array and hash sort problems and solutions.
    Author: McClellan, Tad; Williams, Garry; Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [1999]
    File: Perl    #196
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Twelve articles on sorting arrays and hashes using sort; map; and map-sort-map.
  22. Title: complicated sorting
    Author: Swan, Stephen
    Pub. Source: PERL4LIB Mailing List. [2000]
    File: Perl    #190
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Solutions to sorting an array of hashes
  23. Title: Configuring MariaDB with my.cnf
    Author: Freewilly3d
    Pub. Source: URL:https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/mariadb-documentation/getting-started/getting-installing-and-u [2013]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #153
    Subject: MariaDB
    Notes:
    Specific to MariaDB - where to locate and name my.cnf in Linux, Mac, Unix. System variables may also be used in the file.
  24. Title: Convert UNIX time into record or string using local time.
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: unknown [1998]
    File: Perl    #195
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Example from documentation
  25. Title: Creating A Data Record
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:http://www.cs.cf.ac.uk/Dave/PERL/node63.html [2013]
    File: Perl    #114
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Hashes / associative arrays used to create simple database.
  26. Title: Creating Dynamic Pages With Embperl
    Author: Vining, Paul
    Pub. Source: PerlMonth [1999]
    File: Perl    #132
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Use Embperl when dynamic HTML pages are needed.
  27. Title: Creating Secure CGI Scripts
    Author: Rubin, Aviel D.; Geer, Daniel; Ranum, Marcus
    Pub. Source: Web Security Sourcebook - Chap. 7 [1997]
    File: Web Security    #1
    Subject: Internet - Web Security
    Notes:
    Beginning with ways to break into a web server, looks at the CGI interface and ways to prevent compromises, from sanitizing user input data; validating hidden fields in forms on the server; setting fallbacks and failure routines; using language-specific tools, like taint in Perl; be wary of SSI.
  28. Title: Credit Card Numbers
    Author: Hall, Mike
    Pub. Source: URL:brainjar.com [2006]
    File: Perl    #146
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Identification of several CC number formats (AE, MC, Visa). Algorithm for Luhn Formula
  29. Title: CSS Cheat Sheet
    Author: Child, Dave
    Pub. Source: URL:addedbytes.com [0]
    File: HTML5    #2
    Subject: CSS
    Subject: HTML5
    Notes:
    Selectors; pseudo-selectors & pseudo-classes; sizes & colors; box model; positioning; dimensions; color / background; text; fonts; boxes; tables; paging; interface; aural; miscellaneous.
  30. Title: Curves Of Constant Width
    Author: Yaglom, I.M.; Boltyanski?, V.G.
    Pub. Source: Convex Figures [1961]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry
    Notes:
    Not Available
  31. Title: Database Design: Redundancy and Normalization
    Author: Ricciardi,Sal
    Pub. Source: PC Magazine [1994]
    File: Database Management    #4
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    A major goal of good database design is the removal of redundant data. This is achieved through an understanding of table relationships. Introduces the concept of primary and foreign keys, as well as normalization rules (1NF, 2NF, 3NF).
  32. Title: Database Normalization
    Author: WikiPedia
    Pub. Source: URL:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Database_normalization [2013]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #77
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Not Available
  33. Title: Databases, relations, and relational databases
    Author: Jackson, Glenn A.
    Pub. Source: Relational database design with micro-computer applications. [1988]
    File: Database Management    #6
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Chapters 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 of the book. What is a relation and relational database; design goals; functional dependencies - 1NF, Boyce Codd Normal Form, decomposition, anomalies. Rules of inference. Entities and relationships, the degree of a relationship. Each chapter includes problems and solutions.
  34. Title: Decisions, decisions
    Author: McKean, Kevin
    Pub. Source: Discover [1985]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Logic
    Subject: Psychology
    Notes:
    Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky.
  35. Title: Difference between inner and outer join
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:stackoverflow.com [2008]
    File: MySQL How-to    #110
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Several answers to this question including one using Venn diagrams to compare and illustrate the differences.
  36. Title: Diophantine Equations
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1986]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  37. Title: Discrete Mathematics: The New Mathematics of Science
    Author: Ralston, Anthony
    Pub. Source: American Scientist [1986]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  38. Title: Do Not Grind Armadillo Armor In This Mill
    Author: Dobrin, David
    Pub. Source: IEEE Transactions On Professional Communication [1985]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Writing
    Notes:
    Not Available
  39. Title: Doing Bad Things Well - Part II
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1997]
    File: MySQL How-to    #104
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Normalization.
  40. Title: Drilling Square Holes
    Author: Smith, Scott G.
    Pub. Source: The Mathematics Teacher [1993]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry - Reuleaux Triangle
    Notes:
    Not Available
  41. Title: Enabling and using the root user in Mac OS X
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: URL: support.apple.com/kb/ht1528 [2012]
    File: OS X    #202
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    Detailed instructions on root user: setting up; enabling; log in as; disable.
  42. Title: Enabling The Root Account
    Author: Pogeue, David
    Pub. Source: Mac OS X Lion: The Missing Manual [2011]
    File: OS X    #207
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Instructions for one way to activate root on Mac.
  43. Title: Euclid's Algorithm
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1986]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - Divisibility Tests
    Notes:
    Not Available
  44. Title: Experiments In Reading
    Author: Kolers, Paul A.
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1972]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Reading
    Notes:
    Not Available
  45. Title: Extract a field from every 2nd or 3rd line
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Source code [2007]
    File: Perl    #181
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Example code - untested
  46. Title: Fair is Fair: New Rules for Canadian Lotteries
    Author: Bellhouse, D.R.
    Pub. Source: UWO - Dept. of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences [1982]
    File: Lotteries    #1
    Subject: Lotteries
    Notes:
    Not Available
  47. Title: Faster Binary Search (A)
    Author: Larson, L. E. [Dr.]
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1983]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Programming - Search Algorithms
    Notes:
    Not Available
  48. Title: File::Find - Traverse a directory tree
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Perl Docs [2000]
    File: Perl    #103
    Subject: Perl
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    5-page article on using the Perl module File::Find. Similar to the Unix find command.
  49. Title: File::Finder: finding files easier
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Linux Magazine [2005]
    File: Perl    #139
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    How to use.
  50. Title: Finding your files with File::Find
    Author: McDougall, Steven
    Pub. Source: PerlMonth [1999]
    File: Perl    #131
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Use this module when looking for files or directories.
  51. Title: FireWire Networks
    Author: Pogeue, David
    Pub. Source: Mac OS X Lion: The Missing Manual [2011]
    File: OS X    #206
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Use FireWire 800 to make a networking cable. FireWire is very fast and the cable must be 6-pin to 6-pin cable. Instructions on how to connect and configure devices.
  52. Title: First Digit Phenomenon (The)
    Author: Hill, T.P.
    Pub. Source: American Scientist [1998]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - Benford's Law
    Subject: Mathematics - Patterns
    Notes:
    Not Available
  53. Title: Formatting numbers
    Author: Walker, Richard
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [1999]
    File: Perl    #189
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    A subroutine commify to add commas to large number strings.
  54. Title: Full-Text Searching in Perl
    Author: Kientzle, Tim
    Pub. Source: Dr. Dobb's Journal [1999]
    File: Perl    #147
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using Berkeley DB; B-tree databases. Source code included.
  55. Title: Full-text Stuff That We Didn't Put In The Manual (The)
    Author: Gulutzan, Peter
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2004]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #78
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Notes about queries involving stopwords, breaking up words, index file key structure, boolean search, exact phrase.
  56. Title: Fundamentals of Relational Data Organization
    Author: Neely, Joel; Stewart, Steve
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1981]
    File: Database Management    #3
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Defines some fundamental concepts of RDBMS such as normalization; relation; data dependency. Since the relational model is based on a formal mathematical theory its concepts can be defined and examined with great precision.
  57. Title: Future Of SQL Programming. (The)
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1997]
    File: MySQL How-to    #101
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    How to display data in columns.
  58. Title: Generating And Testing Pseudorandom Numbers
    Author: Whitney, Charles A.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1984]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Random Numbers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  59. Title: Generating Database Server-side Cross Tabulations
    Author: Maxia, Giuseppe
    Pub. Source: URL:www.onlamp.com/lpt/a/4397 [2003]
    File: MySQL How-to    #93
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    How to code a query answering break down the data by X and Y. AKA pivot tables, cross-tabulation, crosstabs.
  60. Title: Going To Extremes
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1996]
    File: MySQL How-to    #102
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    How to properly use the extrema functions: MIN, MAX. An interesting problem involving output in 2 columns.
  61. Title: graceful graphs of Solomon Golomb, or how to number a graph parsimoniously. (The)
    Author: Gardner, Martin
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1972]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Golomb Rulers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  62. Title: Grammatical Symbols
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Signs and Symbols [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Grammatical Symbols
    Notes:
    virgule, ellipsis, interabang, ligature, accents, tilde, cedilia, macron, breve, umlaut / dieresis, ecphoneme / bang
  63. Title: Graphs In SQL
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1997]
    File: MySQL How-to    #99
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Networks modeled as graphs in SQL.
  64. Title: GUI Construction With Perl
    Author: Laird, Cameron
    Pub. Source: Dr. Dobb's Journal [2001]
    File: Perl    #135
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Make visually appealing and interactive GUI interfaces with the Tk module.
  65. Title: Hacking: The Basics
    Author: Wilson, Zachary
    Pub. Source: SANS Institute InfoSec Reading Room [2006]
    File: Web Security    #2
    Subject: Internet - Web Security
    Notes:
    Covers attacker profiles; intrusion techniques; software bugs; buffer overflows; design flaws; password cracking; clear-text sniffing; social engineering; keystroke logging. Three types of attack are covered: reconnaissance; exploits; denial-of-service (DoS).
  66. Title: Hash of hashes (A)
    Author: Weiss, Aaron
    Pub. Source: URL:www.wdvl.com [2000]
    File: Perl    #120
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Code explaining creation of HoH; how to sort and double-sort.
  67. Title: Hidden fields
    Author: Young, Doug
    Pub. Source: email [2000]
    File: Perl    #193
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using a few regex's to convert various characters to a Perl variable.
  68. Title: Horsefeathers
    Author: Coontz Jr., Robert J.
    Pub. Source: The Sciences [1994]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Scientific Units
    Notes:
    Scientific prefixes from yocto to yotta.
  69. Title: How can I pass / return a (function, filehandle, array, hash, method, regex)?
    Author: Christiansen, Tom
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ 7.14 [1999]
    File: Perl    #164
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  70. Title: How can I remove duplicate elements from a list or array?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1998]
    File: Perl    #173
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  71. Title: How can I sort a hash (optionally by value instead of key)?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1999]
    File: Perl    #171
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  72. Title: How do I add a directory to my include path (@INC) at runtime?
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [2008]
    File: Perl    #117
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    PERLLIB env. variable; PERL5LIB env. variable; perl -Idir command flag; use lib pragma.
  73. Title: How do I find the first array element for which a condition is true?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1998]
    File: Perl    #168
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  74. Title: How do I handle circular lists?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1998]
    File: Perl    #170
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  75. Title: How do I look up a hash element by value?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1998]
    File: Perl    #167
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  76. Title: How do I match a regular expression that's in a variable?
    Author: brian d foy
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ 6.23 [2007]
    File: Perl    #124
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using the match operator.
  77. Title: How do I permute N elements of a list?
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ 4.51 [2006]
    File: Perl    #182
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using List::Permutor or Algorithm::Permute to do the heavy lifting.
  78. Title: How do I sort an array by [anything]?
    Author: Perl FAQ
    Pub. Source: Perl FAQ [1998]
    File: Perl    #169
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  79. Title: How do you split a string into fixed-size pieces
    Author: Grunnauer, Marcel
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [1999]
    File: Perl    #192
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using unpack to solve the problem.
  80. Title: How Many Should You Order?
    Author: Cranford, Richard
    Pub. Source: LOTUS [1989]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Spreadsheets - Business Calculations
    Notes:
    Not Available
  81. Title: How to access hidden files to restore in Time Machine
    Author: Kessler, Topher
    Pub. Source: URL: www.cnet.com [2011]
    File: OS X    #215
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Notes:
    How to show hidden files in Finder so you can then choose to restore them from Time Machine. 1) defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE 2) killall Finder When done: 1) defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles FALSE 2) killall Finder Also how to use Finder plist file to do same.
  82. Title: How To Add A User To The Sudoers File In Mac OS X
    Author: Horowitz, Paul
    Pub. Source: OSX Daily [2014]
    File: OS X    #208
    Subject: OS X
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    The 'sudoers' (/etc/sudoers) file is a special file holding usernames privileged as root. Instructions on how to edit the file using 'sudo visudo'.
  83. Title: How to Boot a Mac from an External Drive or Alternate Startup Disk
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:http://osxdaily.com/2013/06/22/boot-mac-external-drive/ [2013]
    File: OS X    #217
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Details on how to make a bootable device for Mac OS X. Using Boot Manager to start from Recovery Disk.
  84. Title: How to change file ownership in Mac OS X
    Author: Horowitz, Paul
    Pub. Source: URL: osxdaily.com/2013 [2013]
    File: OS X    #222
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Change file ownership using GUI or command-line (chown). Also changing group using command-line.
  85. Title: How To Change The Short Name Of A User Account In Mac OS X
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: OSX Daily [2011]
    File: OS X    #209
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Users have a username which is typically their 'short' name used for logging in. However there are several ways this can be changed depending on the requirements. Four ways are described including changing the short name only and 3 ways to alter home directory names as well.
  86. Title: How to enable the root user account in Mac OS X
    Author: Pearson, William
    Pub. Source: URL: osxdaily.com/2012/01/09 [2012]
    File: OS X    #224
    Subject: OS X
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    Enabling the root user is not advised since most tasks (if not all) can be accomplished using an administrator account. GUI instructions to enable root account and set a password.
  87. Title: How to encrypt source code
    Author: Karonen, Ilmari
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [2000]
    File: Perl    #179
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Two posts - untested
  88. Title: How to find missing record
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: MySQL List [2005]
    File: MySQL How-to    #109
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Using left join to find missing record/s.
  89. Title: How to get started with jQuery
    Author: Boudreaux, Ryan
    Pub. Source: URL:www.techrepublic.com [2012]
    File: jQuery    #1
    Subject: CSS
    Subject: HTML5
    Subject: jQuery
    Subject: JavaScript
    Notes:
    Use the jQuery JavaScript library to dynamically update the CSS of a web page.
  90. Title: How to match common things
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Unix Review [2005]
    File: Perl    #143
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using anchors in regex. The Regexp::Common module. Email addresses.
  91. Title: How to pan for primes in numerical gravel
    Author: Dewdney, A.K.
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1988]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Prime Numbers
    Notes:
    Stanislaw Ulam's spiral
  92. Title: How to select the first/least/max row per group in SQL
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:http://www.xaprb.com [2006]
    File: MySQL How-to    #91
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Using some simple data, how to code for complex queries.
  93. Title: How to simulate FULL OUTER JOIN in MySQL
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:http://www.xaprb.com [2006]
    File: MySQL How-to    #92
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Not Available
  94. Title: How to sort and arrange a hash various ways using 'Tie::IxHash'
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Source code - working examples. [2006]
    File: Perl    #183
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Source code - working examples using provinces and abbreviations.
  95. Title: Humidex [1]
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Humidex
    Notes:
    Not Available
  96. Title: Humidex [2]
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Dept. of Env. - Atmospheric Environment Service [1975]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Humidex
    Notes:
    Not Available
  97. Title: Inside MySQL 5.0. A DBA's Perspective
    Author: MySQL AB
    Pub. Source: MySQL AB [2005]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #76
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Not Available
  98. Title: Inside Your Database Management Program
    Author: Ellingen, Dana C.
    Pub. Source: DATABASE [1991]
    File: Database Management    #1
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Fundamentals of how a database works whether relational or hierarchical. How indexes are stored; how databases are searched.
  99. Title: Installing CPAN modules
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2004]
    File: Perl    #113
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    From perlmodinstall.
  100. Title: Installing MariaDB 10.0.10 on Mac OS X with Homebrew
    Author: benstillman
    Pub. Source: URL:https://mariadb.com/blog/installing-mariadb-10010-mac-os-x-homebrew [2014]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #151
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: MariaDB
    Notes:
    Detailed instructions on how to install MariaDB using Homebrew. Begins with installation of Xcode, Homebrew via Ruby.
  101. Title: Installing MySQL on Lion
    Author: Apple Support Communities
    Pub. Source: URL:discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-3082 [2012]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #88
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    From etresoft user. CLI commands.
  102. Title: Installing Perl modules
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2006]
    File: Perl    #112
    Notes:
    Prepend to @INC; set PERL5LIB environment variable.
  103. Title: Introduction to references
    Author: Fish, Shlomi
    Pub. Source: http://www.perlmeme.org/tutorials/references.html [2012]
    File: Perl    #165
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  104. Title: Is It A Fluke?
    Author: Gardner (JR.), Everette S.
    Pub. Source: LOTUS [1988]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Probability
    Subject: Spreadsheets - Business Calculations
    Notes:
    Not Available
  105. Title: It All Adds Up: How Computers Do Arithmetic
    Author: Prosise, Jeff
    Pub. Source: PC Magazine [1995]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Binary Numbers
    Subject: Logic Gates
    Notes:
    Not Available
  106. Title: It Slices, It Splices, It Makes Fries
    Author: Boes, Jeff
    Pub. Source: PerlMonth [1999]
    File: Perl    #130
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using slices and splices to pull data out of arrays.
  107. Title: jQuery Cheat Sheet
    Author: i3quest
    Pub. Source: URL:cheatography.com [2011]
    File: jQuery    #2
    Subject: jQuery
    Subject: JavaScript
    Notes:
    General; attributes; controls; functions; element state; hierarchy.
  108. Title: Look At SQL Trees. (A)
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1996]
    File: MySQL How-to    #94
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Complex queries and their solutions.
  109. Title: Magic Ratio Recurs Throughout Art and Nature (A)
    Author: Hoffer, William
    Pub. Source: IEEE Transactions On Professional Communication [1987]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Fibonacci Numbers
    Subject: Geometry - Golden Ratio
    Notes:
    Not Available
  110. Title: Maintain file ownership & privileges when copying with duplicate exactly in OS X
    Author: Pearson, William
    Pub. Source: URL: osxdaily.com/2012/13/10 [2012]
    File: OS X    #226
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    This feature allows the copy of a file while maintaining the original ownership and permissions. GUI instructions to Duplicate Exactly. Includes link to Paste Exactly.
  111. Title: man page for chgrp - OS X 10.9
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: URL:developer.apple.com [1994]
    File: OS X    #219
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    How to use the 'chgrp' command. Lists options.
  112. Title: man page for copyfile - OS X 10.9
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: URL:developer.apple.com [2006]
    File: OS X    #220
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    This application is found in /System/Library/CoreServices along with several other diagnostic tools. Used to copy a file's data and/or metadata (permissions, extended attributes, access control lists, etc.).
  113. Title: man page for dseditgroup - OS X 10.9
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: URL:developer.apple.com [2004]
    File: OS X    #221
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    dseditgroup allows manipulation of a single named group record on either the default local node or the specified DirectoryService node.
  114. Title: man page for sudo - OS X 10.9
    Author: Miller, Todd C.
    Pub. Source: URL: developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/... [2010]
    File: OS X    #201
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    Details on how to use the sudo command to briefly assume the privileges of the root user, or any other user.
  115. Title: Managing Hierarchical Data in MySQL
    Author: Hillyer, Mike
    Pub. Source: URL:dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/articles/hierarchical-data. [2007]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #74
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    More on adjacency list, nested set models.
  116. Title: Mark's very short tutorial about references
    Author: Dominus, Mark Jason
    Pub. Source: The Perl Journal [1998]
    File: Perl    #122
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Manage complicated structured data. Hash of lists as an example.
  117. Title: Migrating from Microsoft Access to MySQL
    Author: DuBois, Paul
    Pub. Source: URL:www.kitebird.com/articles/access-migrate.html [2003]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #75
    Subject: MicroSoft Access
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Several reasons and methods to migrate.
  118. Title: Mini Guide to Critical Thinking (Version 2.0), (A)
    Author: Lau (Dr.), Joe
    Pub. Source: University of Hong Kong - Dept. of Philosophy [2012]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Philosophy
    Notes:
    Short (23 pp) introduction to critical thinking. Web site maintained by the author [philosophy.hku.hk].
  119. Title: miscellany of transcendental problems: simple to state but not at all easy to solve. (A)
    Author: Gardner, Martin
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1972]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  120. Title: Missing Records
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2005]
    File: MySQL How-to    #108
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Code using left join to see the difference between 2 columns.
  121. Title: MySQL Cheat Sheet
    Author: Child, Dave
    Pub. Source: URL:addedbytes.com [0]
    File: MySQL How-to    #113
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Data types; select queries.
  122. Title: MySQL Cheat Sheet 2
    Author: Child, Dave
    Pub. Source: URL:cheatography.com [2011]
    File: MySQL How-to    #114
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Data types; type conversion; grouping functions; mathematical functions; string functions; date & time functions; control flow functions; miscellaneous functions.
  123. Title: MySQL SQL Injection Cheat Sheet
    Author: Turner, Jonathan
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    File: MySQL How-to    #111
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Obscure and common command-lines used in pentesting and regular DB maintenance. select @@version; select host,user,password from mysql.user; select @@datadir.
  124. Title: MySQL Wizardry - Cross Tabulations
    Author: Maxia, Giuseppe
    Pub. Source: URL:mysql.com [2001]
    File: MySQL How-to    #105
    Subject: MicroSoft Access
    Notes:
    How to group a list of data, grouped by field A, with a second column created for each distinct value of field B.
  125. Title: mysqld configuration files and groups
    Author: scott_daniels
    Pub. Source: URL:https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/mariadb-documentation/getting-started/getting-installing-and-u [2013]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #152
    Subject: MariaDB
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Where to put my.cnf file; various sections of the file; link to MariaDB options for mysqld.
  126. Title: No Vacancy
    Author: Olivastro, Dominic
    Pub. Source: The Sciences [1990]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - One-to-one Correspondence
    Notes:
    Not Available
  127. Title: Non-traditional Databases
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1996]
    File: MySQL How-to    #96
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Nested set models. Trees-Part III.
  128. Title: Notes and formulae on geometry
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry
    Notes:
    Not Available
  129. Title: nslookup in perl?
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [2000]
    File: Perl    #188
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Example code - tested and used.
  130. Title: NTFS-3G User Guide Rev.4
    Author: Larson, Erik
    Pub. Source:  [2009]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    An application for Mac OS X. This version of NTFS-3G has been adapted to Mac OS X, and can be used with both PowerPC Macs and the newer Intel Macs. It requires Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or 10.5 (Leopard), and the free library MacFUSE in order to work.
  131. Title: Number Games
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1986]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  132. Title: On the cyclical curves generated by wheels that roll along wheels
    Author: Gardner, Martin
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1970]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry - Cycloid Curves
    Notes:
    Not Available
  133. Title: OS X Mavericks: Enable and disable the root user
    Author: Apple Inc.
    Pub. Source: URL: support.applecom/kb/PH14281 [2013]
    File: OS X    #199
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
    Instructions on how to enable / disable the root user.
  134. Title: OS X: How To Change User Account Name Or Home Directory Name
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Apple Support [2013]
    File: OS X    #210
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    A user name that has been created in the 'Users & Groups' pane of System Preferences cannot be changed in that pane. Article describes a simple and safe way to change the 'short' name and related information.
  135. Title: OS X: Installing OS X on an external volume
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5911 [2013]
    File: OS X    #218
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    Details on how to install OS X on an external drive using Disk Utility. Must check 'GUID Partition' button.
  136. Title: Packing it in
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Linux Magazine [2006]
    File: Perl    #140
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using pack and unpack correctly. String characters, binary or hexadecimal output, print selected characters.
  137. Title: Paradoxes Of Probability
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1986]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Not Available
  138. Title: Parsing Command Line Options with GetOpt::
    Author: McDougall, Steven
    Pub. Source: PerlMonth [1999]
    File: Perl    #128
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Several GetOpt:: modules are examined and explained.
  139. Title: Passing arrays and references to subroutines
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Source code [2006]
    File: Perl    #178
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Compare advantages of passing a hash or array to a subroutine.
  140. Title: Passing hash to a subroutine
    Author: Toerring, Jens Thoms
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [2007]
    File: Perl    #172
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  141. Title: Patterns in primes are a clue to the strong law of small numbers
    Author: Gardner, Martin
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1980]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Prime Numbers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  142. Title: Perl Array Howto
    Author: Batko, Alex
    Pub. Source: URL:cs.mcgill.ca [2007]
    File: Perl    #121
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Initalize; does array value exist / defined / true; size of array.
  143. Title: Perl Debugging for Beginners
    Author: Callender, John
    Pub. Source: O'Reilly [2001]
    File: Perl    #138
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Ten tips to help debug.
  144. Title: Perl format Primer
    Author: Ragle, Dan
    Pub. Source: URL:www.webreference.com [2005]
    File: Perl    #126
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    How to set up and use the format method to create reports from data.
  145. Title: Perl hash how-to
    Author: Batko, Alex
    Pub. Source: URL:cs.mcgill.ca [2007]
    File: Perl    #119
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Initialize; add key/value pair; delete key/value pair; perform action on key/value pair; get hash size; use hash references; build a hash of hashes; print reference to HoH; build HoHoH; does hash value exist / defined / true;
  146. Title: Perl Hash Variables
    Author: tutorialspoint
    Pub. Source: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/perl/index.htm [2013]
    File: Perl    #163
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  147. Title: Perl Hashes
    Author: Avram, Michael
    Pub. Source: http://www.misc-perl-info.com/ [2007]
    File: Perl    #162
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Define a hash; copy a hash; empty or clear; extract slices from; does a hash variable contain a reference; get the size; insert or add new items; loop or iterate through a hash; print; remove a key; sort or order; reverse; find the length in bytes.
  148. Title: perl hints
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2007]
    File: Perl    #118
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Split a line and use last part of it; check version of installed module; populate a hash from string
  149. Title: Perl objects
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2000]
    File: Perl    #136
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Defines an object, class, method. How to use objects.
  150. Title: Perl references and nested data structures
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2000]
    File: Perl    #133
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Making and using references; symbolic references; pseudo-hashes; function templates.
  151. Title: Perl Subroutine Primer
    Author: Ragle, Dan
    Pub. Source: URL:www.webreference.com [2006]
    File: Perl    #125
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using subroutines to do task interatively; how to return values to calling script.
  152. Title: Pi, e, and All That
    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
    Pub. Source: BYTE [1985]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - Transcendental Numbers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  153. Title: Practicing Best Perl
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Unix Review [2006]
    File: Perl    #145
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using the Readonly CPAN module instead of use constant.
  154. Title: Precise measurement of time
    Author: Ramsey, Norman F.
    Pub. Source: American Scientist [1988]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Atomic Clocks
    Notes:
    Not Available
  155. Title: Prime Number Generator
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Prime Numbers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  156. Title: Prime Territory
    Author: Bombieri, Enrico
    Pub. Source: The Sciences [1992]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Prime Numbers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  157. Title: Problems installing DBD::MySQL on OS X Lion 10.7.3
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Apple Support Communities [2012]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #150
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Oracle has taken over MySQL and may have changed the way the Perl DBD::MySQL module installs and/or works. Article contains several posts on possible solutions.
  158. Title: Problems with Perl DBI/DBD on OSX 10.9 Mavericks
    Author: calvillo
    Pub. Source: URL:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19565553/problems-with-perl-dbi-dbd-on-osx-10-9-mavericks [2013]
    File: OS X    #216
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: OS X
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Perl DBI/DBD does not work correctly after upgrading to Mavericks. Article contains a working solution involving Terminal use of CPAN and manually installing DBI and DBD.
  159. Title: Progress Bars for Download
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Linux Magazine [2006]
    File: Perl    #141
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using the Term::ProgressBar module.
  160. Title: Random Data and Observations
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1997]
    File: MySQL How-to    #100
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Build a schedule for meeting at the best time.
  161. Title: regex introduction (A)
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2006]
    File: Perl    #123
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Basic ideas; matches; anchoring; matching anything; matching several characters; escaping characters; case insensitivity; greedy matching; extract text from a match; match fancy characters; Perl substitution; global matching; special variables $`, $&, $'.
  162. Title: Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet
    Author: Child, Dave
    Pub. Source: URL:cheatography.com [2011]
    File: Perl    #197
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Regex anchors; character classes; POSIX; assertions; quantifiers; escape sequences; common metacharacters; special characters; groups & ranges; pattern modifers; string replacement.
  163. Title: Relational Database Design
    Author: Date, C.J.
    Pub. Source: Database: A Primer [1983]
    File: Database Management    #5
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Lists 5 principles and normalization steps similar to Codd's rules.
  164. Title: Representing Sets in Perl
    Author: McDougall, Steven
    Pub. Source: PerlMonth [1999]
    File: Perl    #127
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Modules Set::Scalar; Set::Object; Set::IntRange are explained.
  165. Title: Rules for writing secure CGI programs
    Author: Garfinkel, Simson; Spafford, Gene
    Pub. Source: Web Security and Commerce [1997]
    File: Perl    #175
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  166. Title: Schwartzian transform
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: WikiPedia [2011]
    File: Perl    #150
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Using map-sort-map for comparison-based sorting when the ordering is based on the ordering of a property (the key) of the elements.
  167. Title: Schwartzian Transform (The)
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Unix Review [1996]
    File: Perl    #152
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Randal shows examples of sorting various arrays and strings as a preview to developing the Schwartzian Transform.
  168. Title: Science Of Scientific Writing (The)
    Author: Gopen, George D.; Swan, Judith A.
    Pub. Source: American Scientist [1990]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Writing
    Notes:
    Not Available
  169. Title: Screen-scraping with WWW::Mechanize
    Author: Ball, Chris
    Pub. Source: www.perl.com [2003]
    File: Perl    #174
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  170. Title: search for an invisible ruler that will help radio astronomers to measure the earth. (The)
    Author: Dewdney, A.K.
    Pub. Source: Scientific American [1985]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Golomb Rulers
    Notes:
    Not Available
  171. Title: Secure CGI session in Perl
    Author: Thomason, Scott
    Pub. Source: comp.lang.perl.misc [2000]
    File: Perl    #184
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Create an MD5 hash from random strings to use as a session ID - code untested. Also includes posting on using the .htaccess file.
  172. Title: Sequence of first 1000 Fibonacci numbers
    Author: Neely, Amer
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    File: Fibonacci Numbers    #1
    Subject: Fibonacci Numbers
    Notes:
    Scanned file is incomplete and only consists of first page of document up to term #32: 2178309.
  173. Title: Setting the Storage Engine
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: MySQL 5.1 Reference Manual [2013]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #149
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
    Differences between MYISAM, INNODB. How to change existing tables.
  174. Title: Seven Habits of Highly Effective Writers
    Author: Riley, Kathryn
    Pub. Source: IEEE Transactions On Professional Communication [1999]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Writing
    Notes:
    Not Available
  175. Title: Short Course In Linear Programming (A)
    Author: Nelson, Stephen L.
    Pub. Source: LOTUS [1991]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - Linear Programming
    Subject: Spreadsheets - Business Calculations
    Notes:
    Not Available
  176. Title: Skimpy Forum: An Application of Perl and XML
    Author: Ray, Erik T.
    Pub. Source: O'Reilly Network [2002]
    File: Perl    #137
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Design and implement a forum in Perl and XML. Source code included.
  177. Title: Social Insurance Number
    Author: WikiPedia
    Pub. Source: WikiPedia [2007]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Social Insurance Number
    Notes:
    Not Available
  178. Title: Some topics in E-squared
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Encylopedia of Physical Science and Technology [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Geometry - Reuleaux Triangle
    Notes:
    Not Available
  179. Title: Sorting in Perl
    Author: Pierson, Bill
    Pub. Source: email [2000]
    File: Perl    #191
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Sort an array by various elements. Subroutine code untested.
  180. Title: Sorting with the Schwartzian Transform
    Author: Schwartz, Randal
    Pub. Source: Unix Review [2006]
    File: Perl    #144
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    How to use map-sort-map to sort an array or string by a computable field.
  181. Title: Split a string using substitute operator
    Author: Sayrs, Brian A.
    Pub. Source: email [1999]
    File: Perl    #194
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Splitting a URL with a tilde.
  182. Title: SQL Injection Attacks By Example
    Author: Friedl, Steve
    Pub. Source: URL: www.unixwiz.net/techtips/sql-injection.html [2005]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #82
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    SQL example queries.
  183. Title: SQL Injection Walkthrough
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: URL:www.securiteam.com/securityreviews/5DP0N1P76E.html [2002]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #83
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Queries to test for SQL injection vulnerability.
  184. Title: SQL Injections
    Author: Wilson, Tim
    Pub. Source: DarkReading [2011]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #87
    Subject: Database Design
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: Toxic Gases
    Notes:
    Tips on how to find and protect attacks.
  185. Title: SQL Lessons
    Author: Celko, Joe
    Pub. Source: DBMS Online [1996]
    File: MySQL How-to    #95
    Subject: Communication - Braille
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
    Nested Model Sets. Trees
  186. Title: Start / stop MySQL on OS X
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [2013]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #89
    Subject: Apple iMac
    Subject: OS X
    Notes:
    CLI start / stop server commands.
  187. Title: Stately scripting with mod_perl
    Author: Stein, Lincoln; MacEachern, Doug
    Pub. Source: Sys Admin #9 [1998]
    File: Perl    #177
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
  188. Title: Storing Hierarchical Data in a Database
    Author: Van Tulder, Gijs
    Pub. Source: URL:www.sitepoint.com/print/hierachical-data-database [2003]
    File: MySQL Admin.    #73
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    Two models: adjacency list, modified preorder tree traversal.
  189. Title: Streamlining Your Documentation Using Quick References
    Author: Reitman, Paul
    Pub. Source: IEEE Transactions On Professional Communication [1988]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Writing
    Notes:
    Not Available
  190. Title: Symbolic Language
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Signs and Symbols [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Communication - Braille
    Subject: Communication - Sign Language
    Notes:
    Braille, sign language
  191. Title: Tables of Numerical Quantities
    Author: Knuth, Donald E.
    Pub. Source: Art of Computer Programming (The) [1966]
    File: Mathematical Programming    #2
    Subject: Mathematics
    Notes:
    Appendix B of a volume of this set. Web site: http://www-cs-faculty.stanford.edu/~knuth/taocp.html
  192. Title: taking a look at some examples of web automation scripts
    Author: Dershowitz, Cal
    Pub. Source: URL:comp.lang.perl.misc [2002]
    File: Perl    #116
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    A script to get CPAN module/s automatically.
  193. Title: Ted Codd: Lion In Winter
    Author: DeJean, David
    Pub. Source: PC Computing [1989]
    File: Database Management    #2
    Subject: Database Design
    Notes:
    An interview of Ted Codd by the author. Codd proposed his relational model in 1969. Includes his original 12 rules for database design.
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    Author: Kurosaka, Robert T.
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    Filename: Linked
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    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
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    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Philosophy
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    Filename: Linked
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    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Subject: Perl
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    Filename: Linked
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    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Filename: Linked
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    Notes:
    Not Available
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    File: Mathematical Programming    #1
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Mathematics - Reciprocal
    Subject: Mathematics - Rounding
    Subject: Mathematics - Truncation
    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: OS X
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    File: MySQL How-to    #107
    Subject: MySQL
    Notes:
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    Subject: Perl
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    Subject: Perl
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    Subject: OS X
    Subject: OS X - Security
    Notes:
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    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
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    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
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    Not Available
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    Subject: Perl
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    File: MySQL How-to    #97
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
    Notes:
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    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
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    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Dept. of Env. - Atmospheric Environment Service [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Weather
    Notes:
    Not Available
  217. Title: Wind Chill Cooling Rates
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Weather
    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Canada - Department  [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Weather
    Notes:
    Not Available
  219. Title: Wind Chill Formula
    Author: Unknown
    Pub. Source: Not Available [0]
    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Weather
    Notes:
    Not Available
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    File: Perl    #176
    Subject: Perl
    Notes:
    Not Available
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    Subject: Internet - Web Security
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    File: MySQL How-to    #98
    Subject: MySQL
    Subject: SQL
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    Filename: Linked
    Subject: Zipf's Law
    Notes:
    Not Available