|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
I currently have it working.
As for working right - that's arguable. From the outside it appears to be working right - all the interfaces are implemented correctly. But it does have this "leakish" behavior.
My problem is that the only way i know to getting it working right on the inside too, is so contradictory to point 3, it might be contradictory point 1 as well.
What I need to know is whether there is a way to get it working right and fast, simultaneously, using knowlege I cannot afford to learn right now, because the overhead of learning it is too high, for a probable no.
Provided I have a good direction, and a positive or at least optimistic answer I will consider it a good excuse to finally learning to muck with perl internals.
Lastly, is being lazy, or voting for lazy the character flaw?
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