"scripting" tool at work is the Korn shell. Perl is "not approved" by our Tech Ops group's standards, mostly due to its perceived lack of paid support
. I still manage to use it for all kinds of CGI/Web interfaces to databases and document assembler-type pages. I am also starting to use more it in place of ksh scripts in my day-to-day activities, mostly thanks to the knowledge I have gained from reading all the Seekers of Perl Wisdom
pages here in the Monastery
. Thanks again to all for the help, encouragement, and generally fun atmosphere!
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