I think not reading the manual doesn't necessarily mean that you are good, but that you are very familiar with what you are using (which might be a very small subset of Perl!). And even if you are a Perl super-guru, if you are using an unfamiliar module (and no one can be familiar with all of them!) you'll have to look up the documentation.

In reply to Re: Reading the manual and knowing if you are getting good by itub
in thread Reading the manual and knowing if you are getting good by ghenry

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