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Re: Perl is dead

by revdiablo (Prior)
on Oct 24, 2006 at 17:07 UTC ( #580327=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Perl is dead

This has been discussed to death. Let me just say, if you think the Perl community is going away any time soon, you are not paying very much attention. What else do we really need to keep a language alive?

Update: How hard did you try to find previous discussions about this? Not very hard, I would guess. A simple super search for titles of "dying" reveals the following fairly-recent threads:

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[haukex]: What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic?
[Discipulus]: the winner is..
[Discipulus]: Mr haukex from Germany! thanks a lot to the other parteciapant our dear Mr afoken.. ;=)
[Discipulus]: no, seriously thanks both, i missed 'scientist' and 'floating point' and the resarche was imposible..
Discipulus go to his cell to bookmark this
[haukex]: Well to be honest I just did a super search for "every should know floating" ;-)
[Discipulus]: floating was the keyword and.. to use supersearch is plus sign not a (plus) sin

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