from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See qu.


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  • BTW, the "qw" in "qway" is probably an early transliteration of another Norse character, wynn, that survived into Middle English but eventually died out.

    Philocrites: Friday Middle English recipe blogging.

  • In this case processing the text input "qw", even though both letters were held down at the same time for a while.

    All About Symbian - News

  • And only just tonight I got an email that begins “qwkxtugguth qwlm qwlyapufkcy qwxtyqefz…” Every word starts with qw.

    Rambles at » Blog Archive » I honestly want to know

  • N aw bw cw dw ew fw gw hw iw jw kw lw mw nw ow pw qw rw sw tw uw vw ww xw yw zw

    The Treasure-Train

  • -- [MS. G.] [qw] _The frightened jackal's shrill sharp cry_.

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 3

  • The problem with using the qw/STRING/syntax is that it practically

    Planet Perl

  • Sep 10 02: 35: 08 localhost postfix/smtpd [12698]: disconnect from mail-qw0-f47. []

  • Sep 10 02: 34: 38 localhost postfix/smtpd [12698]: connect from mail-qw0-f47. []

  • I've been thinking about this. package My:: Project:: Image; use Moose; with qw (Does:: Perl:: Image); # any extra code, if needed, but the above should be enough has dependencies =

    Planet Perl

  • If you enter commands like: pirl $a = 3; pirl $b = $a + 1; pirl $c = $a + $b; it is supposed to do the same as a simple script like package Shell:: Perl:: sandbox; no strict qw (vars subs);

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