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Re^6: Non-Duplicate File Names, Security, and Self Cleaningby Petras (Friar)
|on Jun 28, 2003 at 13:22 UTC||Need Help??|
Thanks, fglock. Of course, with all this learning about learning about learning Perl, I'm realizing I need to spend a lot of time learning things that aren't necesarily about Perl. Looks like I need to force myself through a good <meta> tutorial, a good HTTP tutorial, and a good how-the-web-works-behind-the-scenes tutorial. I don't want to admit http://java.sun.com I got into programming beyond C-64 basic, but it looks like to learn Perl well I'll need to learn a lot more about a lot of things! Reminds me of a random quote I saw at http://use.perl.org once while reading chromatic's weblog there (paraphrasing):
Programing web pages in Perl is a lot like having sex in a bath tub. For it to be good you have to know about a lot more than bathtubs.
Learning as I go....thanks for the answers.
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