I find advocacy discussions are moot.
Rarely do participants enter with an open mind.
Best to smile politely, let the people air their opinions.
Perl wins, as good things do, in use: not in debates or classrooms.
It's pragmatic and don't forget that.

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Brother Frankus.

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In reply to Re: Perl advocacy? Why have a dog and bark yourself? by frankus
in thread Perl advocacy, CGI/ModPerl vs ASP/JSP by rinceWind

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