| Comp-sci has very little to do with Perl
I disagree with this comment. Perl is a language that basically allows you to perform processes that could be described in a mathematical form. They can also be described at some level using English. It strikes me that that is a large part of what Comp-Sci is about.
Finding the right code to do a task is different from finding the right words to describe a task performed by Perl. All I am suggesting is that there is a section dedicated to this second way of learning about Perl. Maybe somebody could do an English literature PhD on it. Any volunteers?
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