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Re: Number of Perl Monks I have met in Real Life

by doran (Deacon)
on Jan 14, 2001 at 00:59 UTC ( #51641=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Number of Perl Monks I have met in Real Life

I met mirod at the University of Perl. He's a terrific guy. I saw merlyn from afar, but he looked much too grouchy that day to pester.

Update: Geez 'O Pete!! I forgot I interviewed Saint Larry a couple of years ago at Internet World (the actual interview is in the second half of the program). I hadn't thought of him as a perlmonk, since he doesn't really post here. oops!
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[Tanktalus]: Tux: use sort -V to sort your perls. Looks much nicer that way ;)
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[Tux]: Tanktalus this was the output of autocompletion in my tcsh
[erix]: ah, but I have different compilation- versions of Pg too, so double that: 26 * 2 = more than 50 :P
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