Yeah, I was a bit confused by your Haskell and currying comment. Would you like to elaborate that one for my boggled mind. :P
On the other hand, I 100% agree with your comment on getting your code reviewed. There is no better way than to learn from your mistakes and the experience of others. It's almost like having a mentor who can guide you along the path to Perl Wisdom. I'm not too sure, however, just how willing people will be to critique my code in the Open Source world. I'm sure they're more looking for programmers to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
I guess the only way to find out is to jump right in!
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