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Re^4: Simple & convenient Perl database

by santander (Acolyte)
on Sep 22, 2004 at 17:02 UTC ( #392977=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to •Re^3: Simple & convenient Perl database
in thread Simple & convenient Perl database

"In that case, you're probably asking this question in the wrong place, as The monastery is about supporting Perl programmers, not Perl end-users." Yes, I am END USER. Yes, I am not a Perl programmer!!! Does this sounds as a crime, that I not the Perl programmer? It's really difficult to ask something programmers.. You will never got concrete advice. But you will hear set of abstract things. The programmer is not able to think as the normal man. Therefore, to ask something the programmer, it's necessary to hire the special translator on normal language. Randal L. Schwartz: JUST FOR INFO: ONLY 5 -6 PERCENT OF PROGRAMMERS(same as any peoples) ARE CAPABLE TO CREATE SOMETHING REALLY USEFUL AND CREATIVE .. If you are not capable to think creatively, then even your Cambridge or Oxford education will not help. So, no more than 5-6 percent, no more than 5-6 percent of really useful programs. Are you one of these 5 percent? The Net is overflown with garbage software programs created by rest 95 percent. --------- Now about my question: i need perl script(again), with minimal configuration from my side. I need put flat text databse on web server. Something like Webteacher's Webdata database, but much more simple and freeware


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•Re^5: Simple & convenient Perl database
by merlyn (Sage) on Sep 22, 2004 at 17:15 UTC
    Yes, I am END USER. Yes, I am not a Perl programmer!!! Does this sounds as a crime, that I not the Perl programmer?
    It's not a crime. It just means that the Monastery isn't for you. Is that a crime?

    You being an end user asking your questions here is a bit like me walking into a Chefs School (where they teach how to be a Chef) and asking for a sandwich to be made for me. Definitely not the right place. Is it a crime not to be a Chef? Certainly Not. Does it make sense that I would ask for food at a place where they teach Chefs? Also certainly not.

    -- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
    Be sure to read my standard disclaimer if this is a reply.

Re^5: Simple & convenient Perl database
by Fineous_Fingers (Novice) on Sep 22, 2004 at 17:21 UTC

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