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In reply to Re^3: Best ways of learning Perl! by moritz
in thread Best ways of learning Perl! by Tea

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    [erix]: in this context, one learns all kinds of interesting psychological excuse-jargon: not just 'alternative facts'; how about 'gapped knowledge' ? :)
    [erix]: which still manages to sound more or less positive
    [Corion]: Huh. I wasn't aware that you cannot segregate Python 2 and Python 3 modules... Hopefully Perl 6 module use C6AN and thus avoid the problem...
    [hippo]: I very much hope so.
    [moritz]: there are already some (very few) Perl 6 modules on CPAN, but in a way that the p5 indexer avoids them
    [hippo]: It's confusing enough to have the Perl6:: namespace which isn't for Perl6 but for features from that ported into Perl.

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