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Every so often I grep through the Perl News, but almost none of the nodes have any replies. There is little to no local discussion going on, just the bot toiling away. I'm basically posting this to remind people that we have this great source of info and to check it out. While you're at it, check out Tutorials too. (Another part of the Monastery with a few spider webs.)

In reply to RE: New Perl News Section by Adam
in thread New Perl News Section by vroom

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