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Re: Use Perl wisely, not cleverly

by beretboy (Chaplain)
on Feb 20, 2003 at 16:57 UTC ( #237131=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Use Perl wisely, not cleverly

This post interests me, because I like to hear as many opinions as possible. However I would like to know a bit more about about that benchmark. What version of perl/java was it run under? Also, If you feel so strongly about this, why post anonymously?

"Sanity is the playground of the unimaginative" -Unknown


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Re: Re: Use Perl wisely, not cleverly
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 20, 2003 at 19:10 UTC
    Perl 5.8.0 and java 1.4.0_01. I posted it anonumously because of the power of the ring, the power of those persons who wish they are the ring leaders, instead of an ordinary Perl lover. I am not interested in any confrontation. If they love the truth, take it, if not, fine, not my business.
      Can you please provide something with which some other person might have a chance of reproducing your results? All else is claims and handwaving, not "truth". You are apparently as convinced of your own beliefs as the Perl "ring leaders" of theirs; at least, I don't see you behaving any differently. Where's your proof?

      Makeshifts last the longest.

      Howdy!

      Your words and your deeds stand in contradiction. Further, your apparent paranoia seems delusional. TINC.

      Your continued references to "the ring" is puzzling. Your implication that you speak "truth" is yet more hand-waving.

      If you were not interested in confrontation, why did you post?

      yours,
      Michael

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