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Re: Perl is dead

by grep (Monsignor)
on Oct 24, 2006 at 17:41 UTC ( #580341=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl is dead

I for one, am pleased to see that Amazon hires the mentally challenged. Good for them!

One dead unjugged rabbit fish later

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Re^2: Perl is dead
by jepri (Parson) on Oct 24, 2006 at 18:01 UTC
    It is titled "Stevey's Drunken Rants" for a reason. It's not like he promised, sober, serious analysis.

    If you read a few of his other posts, he's actually quite impressed by perl and the perl community. Some of his essays kept me quite amused during my after lunch sleepy time.

    Update: I read again his opinion on things like the ".." operator. The first time I read about that thing, I thought the designer was demented. 9 years of perl later... I'm sure of it

    I didn't believe in evil until I dated it.

      Do you mean instead of responding with a cogent argument, I engaged in an Ad Hominem attack?
      Hmmmm... I'll have to think about that :)

      BTW I have never promised my posts would be sober, serious analysis.

      One dead unjugged rabbit fish later

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