, I can clearly see your point now. Indeed, 0 is perfectly possible user input, but evaluates to false in my test! A perfect way to get fired!
Oh, about the Camel
, it has never left my desk the last 2 months! My brother bought it to me as a present, and I am reading every inch of it. It is not only the language details, but programming concepts in general that make this book a real treasure. It is a misconception that scripting languages like Perl do harm to programmers. This book has enlightened me on the contrary.
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