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The other Four Horsemen of the I/O-pocalypse being IN, OUT, FH, and HANDLE.
-- D. Conway (PBP, Chapter 10: I/O)

Some ideas...

  • Perl6 released today!
  • Quantum Superpositions
  • Flip-Flops under the Cowl.
  • perldoc
  • CPAN
  • see pan-opticum
  • in dubio pro regex
  • real-time altruism
  • Where no Monk has gone before...
  • Perl me up, Larry...
  • Higher Order Perl
  • does not compile1)
  • Thou shalt "use strict;"
  • Blessed are they that write <code>
  • ...
1) ... in the sense of perlcc

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