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Re^2: How much Perl useful ?

by the_0ne (Pilgrim)
on May 21, 2005 at 03:44 UTC ( #459185=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: How much Perl useful ?
in thread How much PERL useful ?

Why do you like using Perl? There are the advantages. Me, personally, I don't feel like I need to be concentrating on syntax all of the time. Also, I don't feel like I have to worry about all of the details all of the time. That means to me that I can get right to the heart of the problem without worrying about everything else... which makes me work faster.
Agreed there. I'm currently embarking on a Python project. Just another "right tool for the job" project. I've used python before, it's not a bad language, I just don't feel comfortable with all the rules. When I write code in perl I don't think about those rules, I just write the code. I prefer perl over almost any language I've used in the past, doesn't mean I get to use it all the time though. When another language makes more sense for the job, I switch gears. I figure I can always look forward to my next perl project. :)

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[shmem]: you can break up the chain MP3::Tag->new($_)- >interpolate("\%S ") and test whether MP3::Tag->new($_) is true
[Lady_Aleena]: shmem, no to deletion.
[shmem]: can't help you there since that song is not on my bench
[Lady_Aleena]: shmem, I need to look at MP3::Tag to see how to get the date from one song.
shmem sticks himself into the envelope. gn.(1<<3) all

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