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Re: Re: How bad it is to learn Perl?

by mr2 (Friar)
on Jul 20, 2002 at 17:53 UTC ( #183631=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How bad it is to learn Perl?
in thread How bad it is to learn Perl?


in our country (Lithuania/Europe) we learn PASCAL at
scool (well not me anymore ;))

yes i agree that perl is a very siple to learn (at least
the basics) ... but if we talk about my country
there no (almoast no) realy good perl programmers...
and it would be difficult for every scool to have
a teacher who knows at least the same basic's of perl
he would teach...

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[LanX]: should this be considered? Re: Parsing .txt into arrays
[LanX]: and this Re^4: Hash user input
[pryrt]: LanX, I would vote "keep" if it were considered: it's not helpful, but it could be taken multiple ways, not all of which are offenseive...
[pryrt]: 1nickt: if you are checking for valid user IDs, then I wouldn't care about the difference between 1.0 and 1: I would take either as a valid representation of the integer user ID#1
[LanX]: and this Re^2: extract column data
[Lady_Aleena]: I have two sub recurse { my ($directory, $other_var) = @_; my @files = file_list($directo ry); for my $file (@files) { if (-f $file) { do "stuff"; } if (-d $file) { recurse(" $directory/$file" , $other_var); } } } This was when I hated File::Find.
[tobyink]: 1nickt: your code?
[LanX]: pryrt: yeah, that's why I didn't consider, but the last >10 anonymous posts are from the same troll-person
[jdporter]: is there a module for expanding tabs in text?
[jdporter]: A: yes.

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