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I totally agree with you, code does take up space, why not allow the installation of modules if it helps make the code shorter, that's an awesome argument. However, his retort will be, "Your lucky I'm letting you do this". It all started out with me maintaining, and updating the current applications that he built in C. I decided C was functional, but that there had to be something better out there. So I was poking around, and saw how much of a fan base perl has and decided I'd try it out. When I made him aware of my plans he was weary. However he is letting me experiment with it to see what I can do. Now that I've written a prog that would have taken probably 1,000 lines of code in C(if it was at all possible to build something like that in C to begin with) he will more than likely be more lenient.

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