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jimmyali: It seems there has been some confusion as to attribution. When I chose AnomalousMonk as my monkname, it seemed a cute idea; I have since had second thoughts for various reasons, one of which should be obvious in light of recent exchanges.

As others have written, I hope that if you have an interest in gaining or enhancing a knowledge of Perl, you will stick around and feel free to benefit from and perhaps, ultimately, contribute to the conversation. (Also as others have noted, I hope, if you decide to stay, you will spend some time acquainting yourself with the practices and 'culture' of the monastery.)

And with respect to the original Camel of Contention (with which, to be clear, I have no connection): I would be terrified to do so myself without access to a very safe, secure testing environment, but I would not be greatly surprised if one were to run this program and find that some droll monk had decided to write a complete solution to the original problem and then publish it as a Program in the Shape of a Camel.

In reply to Re^5: DNA LIGATION PERL SCRIPT by AnomalousMonk
in thread DNA LIGATION PERL SCRIPT by jimmyali

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