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Hai Johnnywang,
Thanks for helping me to tell for which i have been longing for.

My First step into perlmonks was initiated by one of the great monk here. Later when i entered into the site i started reading lot of post, which really fascinated me.

I love voting and earning xp points. Not only me but all the peoples love to do this because they gain points there by their rank comes up and its common that every one will be attracted to it.

During the week i tend to lurk into cb when there is something so crucial and i need the solution immediately. Probably browse pm for sometime to gather the some usefull data which i need

Spending most the time here means, that they gain somethings outof it here. Most the guys learn new things and some practice things here.

When ever my code needs better standard i get help from PM.

I love PerlMonks which boosted my perl knowledge.


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in thread How long do you spend at PM? by johnnywang

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