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What is Perl to you.

First, Perl is my friend. Perl is with me through thick and thin. Perl makes me happy, gives me fun, helps me learn, keeps me connected, etc...

Secondly, Perl is my bread and butter. I write Perl for a living (as well as write about Perl), and Perl 100% supports my family. So naturally, this makes Perl even more important to me.

If I could roll Perl up and smoke it, I would.

Cheers,
KM


In reply to Re: Question of the thing we call "Perl" by KM
in thread Question of the thing we call "Perl" by john1987

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