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kiat, first, great thread. Secondly, it seems that no matter what discipline you are engaged in, the more you know about it, the more you know how much more there is to know (whew!).

When I first starting writing Perl, I wouldn't have recognized good Perl code if it bit me on the butt. But experience, and lurking around the Monastery, have at least helped me to recognize the better practices, even if I'm not there myself. It's a bit like sitting in a plane before take-off. Everything in the distance seems a single horizontal line, but as you climb you realize the depth and complexity of what lies beyond.


—Brad
"Don't ever take a fence down until you know the reason it was put up." G. K. Chesterton

In reply to Re^3: Indicators of your Perl skill by bradcathey
in thread Indicators of your Perl skill by kiat

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