a humor spread in our college that the only thesis titles that would be approved are those who are related to a compiler design or similar topics... So i came up with the idea of a programming language converter as our thesis and guess what it was approved only to find out that other easier topics were approved... Grrr... and we are told that we should only use open source languages! and i'm not very familiar with open source languages
So I asked a friend of mine who is a good open source programmer(eman a.k.a. blood pet) what language should i use... and he highly recommended Perl for its powerful string manipulation capabilities...
Now, am still studying perl reading tutorials and sample scripts... that's how i found PERL MONKS... and now i'm an oblate! Falling under the spell of PERL...
PERL.. PERL.. PERL... PERL... PERL... PERL.. PERL...
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