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-It is not the solution to every problem out there (How many AI modules do 
-you see for Perl? 1: AI::NeuralNet::BackProp). A good 
-programmer recognizes when to use a given language for 
-a given solution. Not beating every problem into submission
-would a tool that's not appropriate to the task. 

The people that I learn programming stuff from replaced
LISP and Prolog with Perl.  They find it easier to use
and just "way bitchin' cool."  Inference engines work
just fine in Perl.  


In reply to RE: (jcwren) RE: (2) Perl as a first language by moo
in thread Perl as a first language by Anonymous Monk

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