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Re^3: A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners

by theroninwins (Friar)
on Sep 06, 2004 at 09:18 UTC ( #388760=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners
in thread A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners

So i will post my problems that I have and I think are regular to other new users too. And if I get some answers by use saints or others I can get my project started.... But where can I post these Probs without flooding the SoPW section? A column would be a good Idea but how can you realize it here (and more it would be good that if you see postes by other new users that you coulsd postes there probs too, because like that I can see the whole range)...Any idears??
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Re^4: A tutorial for Perl to teach Beginners
by FoxtrotUniform (Prior) on Sep 06, 2004 at 09:21 UTC

    SoPW is a perfectly good place to post problems... that's what it's there for, and don't let the fact that it gets a lot of traffic make you believe that your questions won't get answered.

    As for your column (if that's what you decide to do), I'd say post it to Meditations in small pieces, and when you get, say, five or six: post "A Tutorial for Perl to Teach Beginners, Part <n>" to Tutorials.

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      Yes then I shall do so... I will have a year to complet this project so i really should be getting somewhere by then... The goal of course is a stand alone program (Freeware of course) and a tutorial here.:-)

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