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Re: Re: Re: Re: How to measure Perl skills?

by Vautrin (Hermit)
on Mar 23, 2004 at 20:54 UTC ( #339184=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: How to measure Perl skills?
in thread How to measure Perl skills?

I realize that it's not always possible to view a coders best work -- even if you have the option of signing an NDA (which you don't always). However, I think that it's the best way to evaluate a coder if you can see examples of their previous work.

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[marioroy]: Only 2 backslash \\n
[marioroy]: LA no space before Albums
[Lady_Aleena]: Good guh! I think I will use File::Find when working in perl. That is too many toothpicks.
[marioroy]: mp3info must be in the PATH
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[Lady_Aleena]: marioroy, this is forcing me to learn perl modules to use instead.
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[marioroy]: I wrote a mp3info script to see the arguments received with print "@ARGV\n";
[marioroy]: And compared with running find on the command line.

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