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Re: Unix shell versus Perl

by ruoso (Curate)
on Feb 18, 2008 at 12:08 UTC ( #668514=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Unix shell versus Perl

I have a policy myself which is, whenever a shell script goes beyond 3 lines I stop and rewrite it in Perl. But one thing I will be very glad to use will be the Perl 6 ==>, since it's somewhat boring to chain piped commands from Perl 5...

daniel

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[Discipulus]: choroba started in primary school to get some advantage in the future..
[choroba]: nono, I programmed in Basic at the primary school, on my Commodore 116/16
[Discipulus]: ;=)
[choroba]: then learned some assebly on the same machine, then moved to my father's PC (XT with a Hercules card), used Turbo Pascal a lot
[choroba]: I started with *nix at the University, we had some Sparcs and Linux machines
[choroba]: that was around 1994 or 95
hippo actually introduced Linux to his university.
Discipulus mmh will be a fun meditation: How I started with computers and programming..
[Discipulus]: bravo hippo! well done

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