And for every registered Monk there is at The Monatstary there
are probably three Perl programmers that aren't registered.
I didn't kow about Perl Monks until 2001 and I've been
programming in perl since around 1990 (or earlier)
Thanks to sifmole I finally found it and I've been
encouraging other Perl programmers to come here.
Peter @ Berghold . Net
Sieze the cow! Bite the day!
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