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what's the use of learning it? Wow! I have learned a lot of things that I don't use everyday but can pull up when the time is needed. If I lived by this philosophy, I wouldn't learn anything.

I'm interested in programming period. Perl is fun and I want to learn more about it. Maybe one day I will use it more frequently but I have to know what it is in order to know if I even want to use it daily.


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