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Re: Perl6 Quick Reference

by TheDamian (Priest)
on Sep 10, 2002 at 15:34 UTC ( #196719=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl6 Quick Reference

First of all: well done! The more channels of information we can open for Perl 6, the better.

Second: you should probably also refer to (and point people at) bigal's Synopses, which will eventually cover much of the same ground, but in a form half way between our sprawling design documents and your compact pocket guide.

Third: expect an email with a slew of suggestions from me RSN. ;-)

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[perldigious]: Also, made the unhappy discovery that the ticks have become active already this year... I really, really hate ticks.
[Lotus1]: perldigious I found out recently that opossums are very good at killing ticks.
Your Mother is lucky to only have to carry a kayak 15 feet to put in.
[perldigious]: If I was given the option to remove either mosquitos or ticks from the world... I think I'd pick ticks, even though I'd guess most would go the other way.
[Lotus1]: when they grooms themselves they eat any ticks they find. and apparently lots of ticks latch onto opossums.
[Your Mother]: There is a nice looking—don’t know first hand—new tool being market for removing ticks.
[Your Mother]: (marketed)
[Lotus1]: at least ticks don't fly
[1nickt]: We have a new tick in cenral New Jersey this year. The Lone Star tick -- no Lyme, but will give you an allergy to red meat!
[Your Mother]: "Tick Twister."

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