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That's weak.

You reappear here at Re^3: Why should any one use/learn Perl 6? after what was essentially 10 years of absence (with a few (4!)) intervening posts, in order to promote another of your fantastical imaginings -- like the utterly bogus and pointless use less... that litter all your useless P5 modules.

Another: "hyper" -- in a long list -- of imaginary, unimplemented and unimplementable; and worst of all -- entirely unnecessary -- 'solutions'.

Since then, you're 30-something posting have entirely bypassed the Permonk's remit of helping others with their Perl (5) questions; and have been concentrated entirely on trying to resuscitate interest in the long dead fantasy of Perl6.

Perl5 may well have been moved to the hospice, but it could and probably will survive there for a long while to come; Perl6 on the other hand was still-born. Little more than a phantom pregnancy that caused pain for those that experienced it and produced nothing viable.

So now you attempt to flounce off taking the moral high ground as you go...and fail. Dismally. sundial did it better; and his was pathetic.

With the rise and rise of 'Social' network sites: 'Computers are making people easier to use everyday'
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In reply to Re: Last and Least by BrowserUk
in thread Last and Least by liz

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