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By the way, let's pretend *we* are intelligent and spell the word correctly.
I'm not american, so english is not my native language, as it's not for many people in the Monastery.

Actually the simple point that you actually took the time to correct my english, indirectly implying I'm not *intelligent* just because I'm not a native english speaker/writer and the following statements show me it's time to stop:
... PHP is an idiotic language... (compared with Perl, Python and Ruby)
I'm convinced good programmers are more or less born like that...
Sorry, I never went through such a phase, and can't imagine what it would be like, either. (you were never a newbie)
I'm cool with all of these because I know that time probably will prove you wrong and eventually you will learn to be a humble person.

Have a nice 2005. I rest my case.

In reply to Re^6: Perl Babysteps 1: Your First Simple Script by DaWolf
in thread Perl Babysteps 1: Your First Simple Script by webfiend

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