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Dear fellow brethren,

I made profession and registered to this monastery just five years ago today. And since then, I connected to this forum almost every single day. And it has been a pleasure every time.

Even though I asked only a few questions over these five years, but struggled much more to try to answer others' questions, I learned really a lot from reading posts from many fellow monks in this community. Over this five-year period, this site has made me knowledgeable about my favorite programming language more than anything else I have done in the meantime.

Many thanks to you all, dear sisters and brothers. And long live Perl.

Laurent.


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