during my perl experience, I more and more realize perl(5?) is not perfect language but perl community is perfect. on CPAN, you can find various treasure and on perlmonks, IRC and perlsphere, you always can find fast,warm answers of your question.
That's why perl is far from die.
One more thing off topic: I believe perl6 is far much more better language than perl5. and I can't wait to use it in product! keep moving mortiz!!
I am trying to improve my English skills, if you see a mistake please feel free to reply or /msg me a correction
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