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Actually as Merlyn is a saint on the order of Lao Tzu, perhaps he can distill his wisdom into "The Tao of Perl" (I assume no such holy book exists).

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    [marioroy]: Perl is so much fun.
    [Discipulus]: Tanktalus i recently started a Meditation about marioroy's MCE suit of modules, but is even better to see a practical question answered than responses to my meditation
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