Thank you webfiend
The need for a basic outline to things known by experienced writers is soooo appreciated.
Whenever I have an inquiry, I search through the SuperSearch, the regular search and the tutorials. If I can't find it, I post an inquiry for Seekers of Perl of Wisdom, with as much detail or clarity as I can, & I annotate my inquiry title at the end with for BEGINNERS so that others in my shoes can see this may help them more than other nodes as it comes from their perspective.
Face it, at certain levels of experience, you just don't realize what you do know and who doesn't exactly know how to connect the dots. The basics are appreciated..
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