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If I want to have some inspiration for writing some code (even if it isn't in Perl) I always check this site! I read some postings, check out some other sections, etc. It helps me to clear my mind and confronts me with solutions to other problems...

If you really want ideas for coding you should check the Categorized Questions and Answers section and help answering questions of others!

Greets,

-- JaWi

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In reply to Re: New Perl Challenges by JaWi
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