"In trying to make programming predictable, computer scientists have mostly succeeded in making it boring"
-- Larry Wall, interview in The Perl Journal, vol. 1 issue 1.
and play with it instead of doing the real work I should...
- What is Perl?
- It's a scripting/programming language, and it differs from others in that (among other things) it's fun. Visit any or all of these to find out more: The Perl language home page, The Perl Institute, The Perl Journal, Activestate, or any site on the perl ring, or read an interview of it's author.
Here, you will find:
And since blogs are en vogue, maybe you would like to visit this one or this one ...
Also, would you believe that you are visitor number 3271666 on this site?...
Q. Why is this so clumsy? A. The trick is to use Perl's strengths rather than its weaknesses. -- Larry Wall in <8225@jpl-devvax.JPL.NASA.GOV>
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