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l3nz

by l3nz (Friar)
on Jul 31, 2003 at 15:55 UTC ( #279632=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

My diary is online at LiveJournal and there is a bit of information on Pangea too.


Framed chat - IRC #nordest.pm on irc.slashdot.org
I'm a seasoned hacker - I started assembly back in 1984 on 8 bit Commodores and after all those years I think Perl is the best language I ever came across (and I came across quite a number in nearly 20 years - various Basics and Pascals, 6502, Z-80, 68000 assembly, C, C++, Rexx, Smalltalk 80, Forth, Java, Python, Cobol, PHP and probably something else too).

I am a Everything2 user and a K5 user, and I can sometimes be found on LiveJournal too.


I support Everything2 by being a member of Everythingians Everywhere, a text ads exchange between Everything2 users.

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Useful Perl links: (outside) Perl culture and history
  • Larry Wall's Uncultured perl - Perl's creator shares his thoughts on a subversive lifecycle.

It Came From The Scratchpad
using HTTP::Daemon instead of Apache
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