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in thread PERL DOUBT
Downvote for the chauvinist attitude unbecoming of an elder monk. Instead of berating you, I will use the opportunity to educate you – prosit.
To better understand where ijalab22 comes from (not in a geographical sense), read http://jnaapti.com/blog/2013/09/22/jnaapti-the-story-so-far/. tl;dr Oftentimes software engineers in India are pushed into the position, whereas in the cultural circle that we both share it is almost always a matter of choice, even following a personal calling, finding fulfillment as opposed to "just a job", and ultimately the reason that we spend time here to learn and help our fellows. Understand the implications of this difference. It does not excuse coming here with a question that close to a demand, and so I downvoted the op, too, but it explains the behaviour one often sees on programmer Q&A sites. Neither are you then justified to start becoming hostile.
The word "doubt" is perfectly cromulent Indian English. Such a thing exists, deal with it, but not by making fun of it or alienating a speaker. You wouldn't do this with an Antipodean or Canadian over their "non-standard" vocabulary, would you?
I hope this serves to adjust your attitude.
-- With respect, /me