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in our country (Lithuania/Europe) we learn PASCAL at
scool (well not me anymore ;))

yes i agree that perl is a very siple to learn (at least
the basics) ... but if we talk about my country
there no (almoast no) realy good perl programmers...
and it would be difficult for every scool to have
a teacher who knows at least the same basic's of perl
he would teach...


In reply to Re: Re: How bad it is to learn Perl? by mr2
in thread How bad it is to learn Perl? by Chady

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