That's really quite a silly thing - since it is an acronym after all . . .
You obviously didn't read the FAQ in question:
But never write "PERL", because perl is not an acronym,
apocryphal folklore and post-facto expansions notwithst
Besides, to paraphrase Data: One is the language's name, the other is not. If you're not going to be correct then you might as well call it "Throat-Warbler-Mangrove" (although one might tire of typing /usr/bin/Luxury-Yacht -e ... all the time).
Trek and Python (Monty) references; if only I could work in Tolkein for the hat trick . . .
Update: Bah, Corrected link to the TNG quotes page.
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