heh. Ironic I was going to post something similar.. especially considering the title of the node.. Uses and Abuses of PERL
- one is abusing it right now by the grammer/capitalization of it. But, it's hard to be flamish about this issue - due to so many others who make the same mistake on the Web today. I don't mean those seeking Perl answers - but actual articles written by people for informative websites or whatnot. It's crazy how many capitalize it - I'm assuming they do it due to it being an acronym. An interesting node to view - PERL should change it's name
Update: Alright.. not an acronym..so don't capitalize it ;)
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