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Hi geekphilosopher,

Thanks for the pointer. However, I am not sure if there is something like what I am looking for in that book. It is really hard to say by only looking at the table of contents. In any case, it is my understanding that the book contains 70 articles from the Perl Journal. I guess that I better search carefully in their website to mine for the information I am looking for.



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