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Re: I first became interested in Perl because...

by Mago (Parson)
on Jul 24, 2006 at 09:13 UTC ( #563220=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to I first became interested in Perl because...

The magic who exists in the language !

<error>The community if dedicating to the development and in the growth of the Perl.</error>

The community dedicating in development and growth of Perl.

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Another reason to love Perl is that isn't necessary to be a fluent english speaker to program.

I'm not Anonymous Monk !!



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Re^2: I first became interested in Perl because...
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 25, 2006 at 03:49 UTC
    Oh my gosh... Can someone please explain me what this guy is trying to saying?

    Oh, I see... I knew my Portuguese skills would be useful someday! caraca, seu ingles nao e' ruim... e' horrivel, e' podre pra kct! Onde vc aprendeu a escrever assim? Usar "if" no lugar do pronome "se" foi o cumulo... O resto entao, nem se fala... Vc escreve Perl assim tbm ou e' pior?

Re^2: I first became interested in Perl because...
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 25, 2006 at 23:32 UTC
    Another reason to love Perl is that isn't necessary to be a fluent english speaker to program.

    As someone who has to maintain code for a living, let me be the first to say that that is NOT a good thing!!! :-( ;-( :-(

      That depends on how much you want to work for your living...
        Doing unnecessary work because my co-workers can't learn to talk, read, or write is hardly a productive use of my time.

        I pay out a huge amount of taxes to ensure that everyone who works in this country is well educated, far beyond basic literacy skills. It's not working; people then just waltz in from foreign countries, and claim to be programmers. They can barely stammer out a sentence at a grade three level, but they get hired to support governnment "diversity" inititives. And then I have to guess what the hell they were trying to say, because they didn't bother to learn to speak at an adult literacy level before they came here, claiming to be my "equal".

        It's frustrating. :-(

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