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Re: I want more monkquips

by Perlbotics (Abbot)
on Apr 10, 2009 at 18:18 UTC ( #756892=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to I want more monkquips

The current list seems to be here: Random quotes in the top left corner...

Citation:

The other Four Horsemen of the I/O-pocalypse being IN, OUT, FH, and HANDLE.
-- D. Conway (PBP, Chapter 10: I/O)

Some ideas...

  • Perl6 released today!
  • Quantum Superpositions
  • Flip-Flops under the Cowl.
  • perldoc
  • CPAN
  • see pan-opticum
  • in dubio pro regex
  • real-time altruism
  • Where no Monk has gone before...
  • Perl me up, Larry...
  • Higher Order Perl
  • does not compile1)
  • Thou shalt "use strict;"
  • Blessed are they that write <code>
  • ...
1) ... in the sense of perlcc


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Re^2: I want more monkquips
by ambrus (Abbot) on Apr 10, 2009 at 20:47 UTC

    As for Thou shalt "use strict;", I think it would be better to use the precise quote from 1st Monasterians: Blessed are they that "use strict;", because that's not a commandment (if it was, then perl forced it to us), but an advice you should keep for your own good.

    Oh, and this reminds me to another simple one: Don't reinvent the wheel.

      Don't reinvent the same wheel more than once.

      Once you've found that you've reinvented the wheel, discard it and get a decent one off the shelf.

      --
      use JAPH;
      print JAPH::asString();

Re^2: I want more monkquips
by JadeNB (Chaplain) on Oct 08, 2009 at 14:57 UTC
    Perl6 released today!
    This seems cruel. It would send me scurrying to the news sites, that's for sure. :-)

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