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You've probably read this type of reply enough...but this is a super idea deprecated! I'm a new programmer to Perl myself... and only being 16 I really don't have any sufficient funds to pay for ANY Perl books other than like checking books out in the public library and so on.

If you really did start a charity fund for Perl programming books like you said in your idea... that'd be cool for people less fortunate like me and dusk and many others out there that would benefit from it too!

The only question I would have about this would be like stated earlier too: how would you determine where the money was gathered at...(where people would donate too...) and also how you would determine how people could get a free Perl programming bool.

Thanks for listening...

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bladx ~ heh heh heh...

In reply to Re: Diffusing Knowledge and Fortune to the Less Wise and Less Fortunate Monks. by bladx
in thread Diffusing Knowledge and Fortune to the Less Wise and Less Fortunate Monks. by deprecated

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