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I like Perl because:
  • CowboyNeal
  • CowboyNeal
  • CowboyNeal
  • CowboyNeal
  • CowboyNeal

My Favorite OS is

  • CowboyNealOS
  • FreeCowboyNeal
  • OpenCowboyNeal
  • LiCowboyNealux
  • BeCowboyNeal

May favorite pattern match is:

  • /^CowboyNeal/
  • /^CowboyNeal$/
  • /(Cowboy|Neal)/
  • /CowboyNeal.*/
  • /CowboyNeal/
I keep my perl at:
  • /usr/local/bin/CowboyNeal
  • /usr/bin/CowboyNeal
  • c:\Perl\CowboyNeal.exe
  • /opt/bin/CowboyNeal
  • HD:CowboyNeal f:CowboyNeal
My Favorite Editor is:
  • vCowboyNeal
  • emacCowboyNeals
  • piCowboyNeal
  • NoteCowboyNeal
  • elCowboyNealvis

Best Perl 5.6 Feature is:

  • CowboyNeal()
  • CowboyNeal() emulation on Win32
  • Lexical CowboyNeals
  • Autovivfying CowboyNeal
  • vCowboyNeal.12.34 notation


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