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You've already got two *excellent* answers. You've been here an hour. Perl is hard. Developing software is hard.

Give yourself some time. Write a few little, simple programs. Don't stress. Work your way through Learning Perl (aka the Llama, available from O'Reilly (see below) and your local bookstores). Work your way through Programming Perl (aka the Camel). Read lots of stuff on this site. Breath.

Alex / talexb / Toronto

"Groklaw is the open-source mentality applied to legal research" ~ Linus Torvalds

PS O'Reilly's here:

In reply to Re: Out gunned - and crashing by talexb
in thread Out gunned - and crashing by BingFarz

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