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RE: How to deal with Perl Demons

by nivlac (Scribe)
on Aug 24, 2000 at 17:33 UTC ( #29410=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to deal with Perl Demons

Step 1: Buy a copy of the Camel book. You should already have a copy, but buy a new copy, trust me.
Step 2: Give new copy of book to the ignorant. Tell them to read the book.
Step 3: If they read the book, and are convinced, Kaloo Kalay Happy Day they're a convert. Skip to the last step.
Step 4: If they read the book and are not convinced, or they refuse to read the book, take the book back. Grip the book strongly, and procede to beat some sense into them with the book.
Step 5: Return to Step 3 as needed.
Step 6: Congratulations, you've got a Perl server. Code to your hearts content. Denpending on the actions taken, calling 911 might be a good idea.

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