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Thanks! Yes I'm now reading the 3rd Llama (on page 55 now) and look forward finishing it. I now own a current edition of every O'Reilly book written about Perl. I'm still learning where to look for what in the documentation and books and websites.

I'm still learning the Perl Monks culture, but not understand it very well as yet. I'm doing pretty good at learn Perl, thanks in part to a few good Monks. I understand I have to pay my dues to learn Perl like others before me. I'm here for the long haul no matter what!

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