it's interesting that you don't care. let me tell you something that you already know: there are two three books out there on Perl6 right now this one, this one and this one (ironically the language isn't yet usable in any serious application BUT WE HAVE FRIGGIN BOOKS DESCRIBING HOW TO USE IT!!! how do you explain that ?!?).
before you publish another book that noone is going to read just because you want to publish books and attract attention, stop and think "am I going to waste paper (that could very well serve other purposes) again ?"
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