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/ English / tech / Perl 5.8+ has comprehensive support for Unicode and a wide range of different text encodings. But still many people experience problems when processing multi-language text. Here I explain the most common problems and offer solutions.
by Tom Christiansen < email@example.com > release 0.2 Sunday, 8 October 1995 This is a cookbook of recipes for building up complex data structures in perl. It has been extracted from a much larger and more expository document to be published in pod format and included with the standard perl distribution. The goal is to provide cookbook-like, cut-and-paste examples of the most often used data structures in perl.
Read , Write and Edit Meta Information! Also available --> Utility to fix Nikon NEF images corrupted by Nikon Transfer 1 ExifTool is a platform-independent Perl library plus a command-line application for reading, writing and editing meta information in a wide variety of files . ExifTool supports many different metadata formats including EXIF , GPS , IPTC , XMP , JFIF , GeoTIFF , ICC Profile , Photoshop IRB , FlashPix , AFCP and ID3 , as well as the maker notes of many digital cameras by Canon , Casio , FujiFilm , GE , HP , JVC/Victor , Kodak , Leaf , Minolta/Konica-Minolta , Nikon , Olympus/Epson , Panasonic/Leica , Pentax/Asahi , Phase One , Reconyx , Ricoh , Samsung , Sanyo , Sigma/Foveon and Sony .
Thanks to the popularity of Mac OS X, the new iBook, and the PowerBook G4, it's no longer uncool to talk about owning an Apple. Longtime Mac devotees have now been joined by longtime Unix devotees and pretty much anyone who wants computers to be shiny, and speakers at conferences such as the Open Source Convention are beginning to get used to looking down over a sea of Apple laptops. One of the great features about Apple's Mac OS is its support for flexible inter-process communication (IPC), which Apple calls inter-application communication (IAC). One of the components of IAC is called Apple events, and allows applications to command each other to perform various tasks. On top of the raw Apple events layer, Apple has developed the Open Scripting Architecture , an architecture for scripting languages such as Apple's own AppleScript.