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(redmist) RE: RE: RE: Perl, children and foreign languages

by redmist (Deacon)
on Sep 12, 2000 at 10:37 UTC ( #32069=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: RE: Perl, children and foreign languages
in thread Perl, children and foreign languages

Good point. After all, one of the great things about Perl is that it is a natural language, hence easing use. Message recieved, zero distortion.

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RE: (redmist) RE: RE: RE: Perl, children and foreign languages
by MF (Scribe) on Sep 19, 2000 at 23:07 UTC
    May I add that Perl is a language in itself? One that has to be learnt no matter what native language you use for communication? I learned DOS commands before I knew any English, and actually, using computers and playing adventure games taught me English. I'd say teach your son Perl the way it's supposed to be taught, it will even make school easier for him :)

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