As Perl projects go, collecting data from an external source (calling an API to get the quotes, scraping them off a website, whatever) and writing it to a file is pretty damn easy. However, as already mentioned, the fact that you're asking this question in the first place suggests that you have zero or near-zero Perl knowledge, so even a relatively easy project may still be very difficult for you. You also haven't said anything about the source you'd be getting the quotes from, which could add a bit of complexity (both technical and legal - have you verified that their terms of service would permit this?) depending on how that source is set up.
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