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  • ... people who don't check the result of open()
  • ... people who
    indent_the_arguments_of_long_functions( like, this, you, morons );
  • ... people who write
    open F, ">$tmp"; print F @a; print F $new_item; close F; open F, "<$tmp"; @a = <F>; close F;
    because they don't know about the push() operator.
    (Yes, I've seen that in real production code!)
  • ... people who use any Matt Wright script.
  • ... people who think Ruby is better, by any measure, than Perl.
  • ... people who don't understand why it never made sense for Perl to have a switch statement.
  • ... anyone who thinks code embedded in data is better than data embedded in code; and similarly,
  • ... anyone who thinks GUIs are (or can be) as powerful as command-line interfaces.

    The 6th Rule of Perl Club is -- There is no Rule #6.

    In reply to Re: There's a level in Hell reserved for ________ by jdporter
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