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Re^6: PERL as shibboleth and the Perl community

by thor (Priest)
on Nov 22, 2005 at 20:09 UTC ( #510884=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: PERL as shibboleth and the Perl community
in thread PERL as shibboleth and the Perl community

You're right...rats! Not because you were right, but because I need to learn how to spell. My original point still stands, though.

thor

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Re^7: PERL as shibboleth and the Perl community
by chanio (Priest) on Nov 23, 2005 at 02:05 UTC
    Well,

    At Micro$oft-land UPPER and lower words, mean the same! (sort of a bad democracy)

    If you are like me, and see programing as an extension to our human skills. Then, programing perl should be like using a screwdriver(4 x.). I would judge someone not by his knowledge about screwdrivers but by his skills in doing things with it.

    It is better to wait and see when someone decides to give something just because he feels like doing it. Than having to bear all the nonsence that appears when people feel obliged to 'give' what they can't appreciate.-

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