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All my Perl code can be understood by the Perl compiler. Since the average computer has considerably less processing power than almost any tetrapod, my dog should be able to read and understand it. He can't, and I would be challenged six months later if it weren't for my habit of including a reasonable number of not too cryptic comments.


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In reply to Re: My Perl code can be understood by... by swampyankee
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