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Well probably it's too late but... whatever. Fisrst.. I think that no matter how pro you r you shuld not FLAME on other about being lame or doing lame tutorials. The fact that forums are full of idiotic, stupid teens is that now PC and i-net connection is available for most of the ppl around the world. It's normal the number of stupid lames to increase. But no matter how many they r nor how stupid and lame they r we should not underestimate them. Or everyone of us were just gurus @ the begining ? Yea ? And we know everything. So why we shoul wish to others to spend so much time and work to learn what we already know ?Give to ppl something easy to understand, give them someting simple and the clever one will expand his knowledge in time. I hate when some GURU says well it's too lame.. of course you always were smart, you know everything all the time and other's tutirials are simple and not intresting to u cuz u r PRO. What ever.. we humans will be always like this... Wish to all of u more social contacs.. not virtuals. Peace.. Awasys try to understand others and never blame them for they did especial if they r beginners. For they writer.. thanks a lot. I don't know anyting about perl but this tutorial helped me a lot in some way. And then some did take the red pill...

In reply to Re^4: Perl Babysteps 1: Your First Simple Script by Anonymous Monk
in thread Perl Babysteps 1: Your First Simple Script by webfiend

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