Thanks for all the comments that reached me til now.. since the feedback is so good I would like to quote some for you thought in the beginning of the book so that beginners that read it know what thought others have and what others think of the language... for me it is very motivating to see that others are interested in that subject to.
(If you don't mind me to do so I would ask you to either give me the line from who I have qouted i.e. "John Smith, member of Perkl Monks" or "theroninwins (membername at Perl Monks)" or somthing similar. I will at some stage on the way but up a thread with all the names from whom I which to quote, but I would like to know if you would mind me do so in the first place.
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