The Perl Review, Spring 2006: The Sudoku Issue

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    The next issue of The Perl Review is just around the corner, and it's
    almost completely devoted to Sudoku, including programs to create
    puzzles, solve puzzles, and several puzzles to solve on your own.

    If you haven't subscribed, now's the time to get your name on the
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    Issue 2.2, Spring 2006

    * Working with Bit Vectors - brian d foy

    * Function Anti-Patterns - Alberto Manuel Simões

    * Generating Sudoku - Eric Maki

    * Sudoku from PDF::API2 - brian d foy

    * A Perl-based Sudoku Solver - Mark Haselup

    plus book reviews, news, commentary, and more.


    Issue 2.1, Winter 2005

    * Seven Sins of OO Programming - chromatic
    * Hash Anti-Patterns - Alberto Manuel Simões
    * PerlWar - Yanick Champoux
    * Haskell for Perlers - Frank Antonsen


    Issue 2.0, Fall 2005

    * Logic Programming in Perl - Curtis "Ovid" Poe
    * Object-oriented Perl - Alberto Manuel Simões
    * The Visitor Design Pattern - brian d foy
    * Pod Indexing Project - Ivan Tubert-Broham
    * TPF: Google Summer of Code - Jim Brandt


    Issue 1.3, Summer 2005

    * Programming Glade in Perl - Grant McLean
    * Array Anti-Patterns - Alberto Manuel Simões
    * Test::Random - David Golden
    * Serious Perl - Henning Koch


    Issue 1.2, Spring 2005

    * Hashes with History -- Alberto Manuel Simões
    * Test::Number::Delta -- David Golden
    * 9-Block Quilt Patterns in Perl -- Daniel Allen
    * Packet Sniffing with Perl -- Gerry Finkel


    Issue 1.1, Winter 2004

    * Down Translating XML -- Alberto Manuel Simões
    * Module::Release and Beyond -- brian d foy
    * Functional Perl Programming -- Frank Antonsen
    * Faking Stored Procedures -- Zach Thompson


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    * Test Driven Development -- Denis Kosykh
    * Just do{} it -- brian d foy
    * Extending XML::XPath -- Michel Rodriguez
    * Test::More in 20 Seconds -- brian d foy
    * Magick Tile Puzzles -- Grant McLean

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