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It depends on the context and the tribe, I suppose.

I like Perl, don't dislike at all Python, although I agree that can be a little too much friable when copypasted and basically can do "the same" as perl. I'm interested also in sql, and enjoy a salt of Lisp in my diet here and there. I use perl, sql and lisp every day, and growing interest. So you can tell me about "dead" languajes

Works for me.

My interest in learning java is the same as the last years; very low and not growing at all. I can't solve my problems with java, at least currently

My interest in learning PHP is even lower than Java. Much better (for me) to invest more time in C, Perl, Python or Lisp before.

In reply to Re: Argument for Perl ( again and again ) by pvaldes
in thread Argument for Perl ( again and again ) by heatblazer

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