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ncw

by ncw (Friar)
on Jun 22, 2000 at 01:02 UTC ( #19340=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

When I was a lad (knee high to a whippersnapper) I used to write BASIC programs. So far so good. I then moved on to assembler. Then finally C when the home micro had grown large enough to run a decent compiler (some would say it still hasn't but that is another argument for a long rainy afternoon). You might say I've spent my whole career writing C programs (with a good few lashings of assembler of course) but funnily enough all the programs I seem to write now-a-days seem to be in Perl ;-)

You've just got to love that string handling if you've been a C hacker ;-) Though does it soften your brain?

Sorry this isn't a bio just a ramble, but who cares!

Module del dia HTML::Tree and in particular HTML::Element which works just find for XML and simple SGML.

Some other links for stuff I keep losing

Geek code.

PS That's me, with my two kids - I'm the big one in the middle ;-) Apologies for the animation - I got carried away with the GIMP ;-)

PPS My (usually very out of date) home page http://www.craig-wood.com/nick.

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[Corion]: AltSpace VR is amazingly good - highly polished and with some of the games you get for free what you'd pay EUR 20 or EUR 40 otherwise
[Corion]: But maybe it's also due to that I play with friends, which makes a game more enjoyable anyway ;)
[Corion]: Oh - I released a new version of some module, thanks to a pull request. But I don't consider "update Makefile.PL" and "update author tests" as "writing code" ;-D
[marto]: sounds fun, the opposite of my weekend :P
[Corion]: marto: You wrote Perl? Or did you have to work (and wrote Perl)?
[marto]: the fun part, I had no fun this weekend, very stressful :)
[Corion]: But I feel an introductory talk gestating, working title "Reading CPAN" - how to read module documentation, how to judge a module, how to read the module tests/examples

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