I wouldn't call you names but–
- Of course Perl has comments.
- Besides taking up space and concentration, comments drift and end up being lies or broken crutches a lot. They should only clarify what the code and the Pod (and the unit tests for that matter) cannot.
- That the code presented isn't runtime application of composed roles and mixins built dynamically with business logic stored and versioned in the DB, it's a basic file check one perldoc away. It doesn't warrant even a correct comment.
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