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You're right, also with quite a high visibility, i.e easy to find.

I was about to respond to a recent post about POD with a RTFM style response but couldnt find the FM myself to conclude the post so gave up.

A quick list of doc sources akin to the perlfaq posting on c.l.p.m may divert some of the newer people to the docs, which the more experienced can just ignore

In reply to RE: Suggested Reading List by agoth
in thread Suggested Reading List by jjhorner

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