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Re^3: How should Perlmonks deal with Plagiarism?
in thread How should Perlmonks deal with Plagiarism?
Well here's at least one example of one approving the other's plagiarism.
There are many actually. Also interesting is the preponderance of root nodes madtoperl posted. Most monks who have been around for a while have contributed many more replies than they have root nodes.
A Programming Language, 1962
Programming the 1900 series in COBOL, 1974
Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs, 1976
The C Programming Language, 1978
System V - Interface definition, 1986
Z80 Assembly Language Programming, 1979
TheSOURCE User's Manual, 1979
The C Primer, 1983
Interactive Fortran 77, A Hands on Approach, 1984
Perl.1 man page, 1991
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