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Well well, I am quiet amazed at the emotion that this little comment stirred. I'll add a few more things. A. My system guys, who are programmers, started to rely on it, even though they have the camel book. B. I am not an American, so my English can't be perfect. C. I wrote it for non programmers mainly. My scripts are made of very few lines D. Maybe I wasn't articulate enough, but what I meant was that the camel book takes for granted that I am skilled in UNIX. I am not, so this book can clearly not be suitable for me, right? That should also clear up something about reasons to prefer one book over the other. E. You don't need to a programmer in order to be a geek. F. You don't need to be a geek in order to be a programmer. G. People, the earth is polluted, terrorists are commiting horrible crimes, so save your energy for something a little more important than someone's taste in programming books.

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