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I was thinking much the same thing, but wondering how to put it into words.  Then I saw your post.

It captures the sentiment exactly, for me.  With Perl, it's no longer a question of "whether" it can be done, just "how" best to do it.  It always felt possible in C, but not ever quite so easy.

There's an amazing empowerment that Perl imbues one with, isn't there!  ;-D


In reply to Re^2: Since I discovered Perl, I've given up: by liverpole
in thread Since I discovered Perl, I've given up: by planetscape

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