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|Favorite Perl Instruction
||Endless fun, especially if you're not careful.
|Least Favorite Instruction
||Still haven't had to use it yet.
|Favorite Looping Mechanism
||Despised for all the right reasons.|
|Least Favorite Looping Mechanism
||for as foreach
||Say what you mean, mean what you say.
||Or LWP::UserAgent, Inline::C, so many!|
|Least Favorite Module
|Favorite Special Variable
|Least Favorite Special Variable
|Favorite variable type
||At least memory is cheap these days.|
|Favorite Command Line Switch
||Annoying, but for the betterment of all.
|Least Favorite Command Line Switch
||Some CPAN modules warn like crazy!
|Favorite Regexp Modifier
||You can't have enough 'x'
|Favorite Regexp Metachar
||Handy more often than not.
|Favorite Descriptive Variable Name
||Easy on the hands.
|Favorite HERE Doc delimitor
||FIN||Avoids confusion with __END__
||It's where you find out what to do|
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