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Comparing languages based on the number of modules submitted to one specific site is rather ridiculous. What do the numbers mean? Do all the Perl people use different sites? I do. Are those languages lower level and/or inadequate, requiring more code to program the same thing? Quite possibly. I'd be more interested in how many people use each language, and how long it takes to program a basic application in each.

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