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Well, we should consider that the title of the article was "Ten Essential Development Practices", not "Perl Best Practices". ;-)

From what I've seen and heard from the book, it goes into a much more detailed discussion about practices that are more specific to Perl, such as the (ab)use of subroutine prototypes, conventions for passing and using subroutine parameters, how to represent objects in Perl, etc.


In reply to Re^2: Perl Best Practices by itub
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