"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."
Nonsense, BS, indefensible rationalization/justification because the answer is wrong.
Visting unknown site such as yours, I don't allow js or cookies (among other personal quirks). So I can't get past Q1, though from this nodes' grandparent, I can deduce the questions. But, frankly, the comments below from moritz, davido and jwkrahn persaude me that I haven't missed anything valuable.
And further re davido's comment about teachers and quizes, the teacher who's trying to fake competence with knowledge a scant chapter ahead of the student on a topic in which neither is expert is almost guaranteed to provide misinformation.
Update : Oh yes, it's considered bad form here to post your data offsite: if it's not posted here, it may not be there, sometime in the future, and thus the value of the entire thread is apt to be lost.
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