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It is of high kwalitee

Definitely negative.

If they can't even spell the word correctly, what chance that anything else they do is useful!

Tru dat... :-)

Sorry, I couldn't resist a joke. I've worked with many people who wrote things for professional publication that had no business writing anything at all. They were all native English speakers too, supposedly, so at best they could plead not at fault on the grounds of having been put through the United States public education system. Subsequently, this Dilbert is permanently fixed to my wall.

Just another Perl hooker - My clients appreciate that I keep my code clean but my comments dirty.

In reply to Re^2: I am most likely to install a new module from CPAN if: by perldigious
in thread I am most likely to install a new module from CPAN if: by hippo

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