Hmm. That article seems to have been treated totally differently than the other articles in the WebWare section (and most of the rest of the site).
For one thing, the title in the left column is not a link, and for another the back/next links are missing.
You can see an example of how they usually look at the bottom of Why Perl (also by Selena Sol).
"Every program has at least one bug and can be shortened by at least one instruction -- from which, by induction, one can deduce that every program can be reduced to one instruction which doesn't work." -- (Author Unknown)
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