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The fact is, perl is the bomb, I havnt really been given a good example why C is so much better then perl, Ive heard people say it, but never been given a REASONABLE example, they claim efficiency, less process time, bah, in either case, if the programmer doesnt know what they are doing they are going to be in-efficient. Reality: Perl can be faster, and more efficient then C if it is written properly.

on a side note, I am in the process of writing more raw socket examples for perl monks, IE constructing ICMP packets (what I am currently working on), to even constructing multicast packets...Its really fun to do, really it is :)


In reply to RE: RE: Simple Construction of a RAW TCP/IP Packet. by cleen
in thread Simple Construction of a RAW TCP/IP Packet. by cleen

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