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Many many thanks for your awesome feedback "cdarke"
I know I need to learn many things in Perl. I am just experienced beginner in perl :D
That's why I joined Perl monks to hone my skills and learn & share with you.
Yes Perl is a name but everybody asks what is it's full form and I need to say it, so put this question in quiz.

Yes I just kept example of it. It should be path to Perl interpreter. ex: c:/opt/perl/bin/perl

I asked "Perl version only" all other options except $] would fetch more information that just version number/string Yes Autovivification is more than that but I thought it would be enough to give idea in one line

Yes very true but here motto was to ask which keywords are meant file handles and answer would be STDIN, STDOUT, STDERR

I checked and semicolon is there.
and yes this was meant for Perl beginners only. But it's good to get expert's comments so that We can work much harder way to have expert level participants in future.

Thanks for joing us at Aliencoders. Wish to hear a lot from you there :)

In reply to Re^2: Perl quiz for beginners by jassics
in thread Perl quiz for beginners by jassics

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