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by AppleFritter (Deacon)
on Apr 27, 2014 at 20:42 UTC ( #1084031=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Howdy, partner! Name's Apple Fritter, pleasure to meet y'all! I use Perl, but I don't know that much about it (yet). I'm trying to change that, so I frequent the Monastery, reading others' answers and code to learn, and providing my own answers and code to hone my skills.

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Do not fear death, you will re-awaken to a world built with Perfect Perl 7 and no Python.
-- boftx, Re^3: Using die() in methods

the moment you try to separate the physical construction of code -- kloc, function points, abstracts test quantities -- from the intellectual processes of gathering requirements; understanding work-patterns and flows; and imagining suitable, appropriate, workable algorithms to meet them; you do not have sufficient understanding of the process involved in code development to be making decisions about it.
-- BrowserUk, Re: Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part VII): Metrics

You were unlucky in the sense that your program seems to have remained valid Perl even with all variables removed.
-- Corion, Re: [OneLiner] What am I doing wrong in my regex?

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