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by regexes (Hermit)
on Mar 15, 2007 at 08:18 UTC ( [id://604941]=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Not much exciting to say... I've been using Perl since the late 1990's. (Well, on and off since then.) Started using it to handle sysadmin tasks on the mail servers at the university. I do not consider myself a professional programmer because I don't spend 100% of my time at work programming and there is so much that I still don't know (or understand).

I do enjoy learning as much as I can though... :-)

So why did I choose regexes as my user name? Simply because I find regular expressions great.

I get around with regexes on an intermediate level but am always on the lookout as to where else I can implement them. There are some flags, options, etc.. which I have not had the opportunity to try yet. ;-) Besides perlretut and perlre, I found the Mastering Regular Expressions book to be informative.

The image is from Kabah. A Mayan ruin on the Yucatan peninsula. Needless to say, it was a nice vacation.

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