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Re: do you know Perl ?, or do you know ?

by tmiklas (Hermit)
on Mar 27, 2002 at 20:52 UTC ( #154815=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to do you know Perl ?, or do you know ?

True, true...

IMHO you can always improve your coding skills (coding = writing workin code), but then you are just the programmer.

IMHO *great programmer* is someone who knows exactly what s/he want to do and understands the way the solution follows... and as a last virtue i'd mention his/her coding skills.
As for me it's some kind of genius - to trully understand the WHOLE big problem, split it into small tasks and write an efficient code, that makes me feel the magic when i look at it :-)

Greetz, Tom.
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