s/all there is to know/some of all there is to know/
PerlMonks has evolved apart from the original Everything Engine enough that the differences between the two, in appearance and code, are quite substantial. This is definitely a good thing, yet at the same time slightly disappointing, because you can't really install Everything and learn what the internals of PerlMonks are like. You'll see the basic database manipulation modules with its subroutines and basic node handling, but it leaves a lot to be desired compared to the wonderful world of PerlMonks :)
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