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The answer is irrelevant, IMHO, since the question is insufficient.

There are 4 questions in the OP which are well phrased and can be answered having knowledge of Perl and Java, and they can be answered being totally agnostic of the OPs environment.

Both your team and your senior management need to be fully comfortable with this momentous decision.

What senior management? what team? is there? pray, how did you know about that?

...has many features that Perl (5, at least) does not even consider: strong typing, compile-time checking, a more robust class implementation, and so on and on and on.

Even in perl, strong typing can be enforced. Perl certainly has a vast amount of compile-time checkings. It sports robust class implementations.

What would simplify the external interfaces to other pieces of software within your enterprise ecosystem?

Is there an enterprise ecosystem yet? Or is it going to be built? And so on and on and on.

sundialsvc4, again - this is not a general consultancy site. We all know much more than what we write. But you always write about things you don't know.

perl -le'print map{pack c,($-++?1:13)+ord}split//,ESEL'

In reply to Re^2: Can Perl do anything Java can do? by shmem
in thread Can Perl do anything Java can do? by MikeBraga

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