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Ok! I may have "overreacted" a litlle bit...

You're definitly right...

I must admit that this guy take special care to describe it works as it is rather than a "proof" of language efficiency...

Sometimes I'm just not helping with my advocacy.

It's just a test. The author admit it can be biased. This guy made a pretty huge (and good) work anyway (even if I'd like to see some better Perl code). Perl isn't placed the way it should to my mind. Some Perl code could be enhanced. PERIOD.

Thanks for your patience (trying to calm me down) and your objectivity.
(Am I becoming a Perl integrist ?)


"Only Bad Coders Code Badly In Perl" (OBC2BIP)

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Perl's rank among languages by arhuman
in thread Perl's rank among languages by elusion

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