At it again, Tovarishch? Well, I may not agree with what merlyn has to say(not with all of it, anyway), but I still give him points for having the guts to say it in the face of much opposition, using his own name.
At no time did I think Merlyn was talking "silly". You were putting those words in my mouth, but I never said or thought them. Merlyn is entitled to his opinion, and that's what he's discussing. He's a better Perl programmer than you, and far more useful to the Perl community. And who knows? Maybe when I learn some Perl, I'll come around to his way of thinking...
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