During the wars of COBOL vs Perl. Ovid
and Me discussed the pros and cons. But we gave up just before the "p-contest".
Some of you think that we passed the limit of being respectful to each other. But I don't believe that I crossed that line. I know that Ovid didn't pass my line.
But when I'm on perlmonks... I think that the most important thing that I can do is show som respect against my fellow perl users. Share my views. I don't think that different rules apply to the monastery than in real life.
If I don't agree.. I discuss... and try not to offend...
But Ovid maid the most important point we're all here for the reason that we enjoy perl programming. And have fun while learning more about Perl.
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