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This is my first Perl Monks poem (or Perl poem for that matter). I am still a newbie programmer so I had limited options to express my ideas but I am very happy with how it turned out. Please feel free to /msg me about any of my nodes including this one. Hope you like it!!

#!/usr/bin/perl $perl="hashable_language"; $language{$perl}= "hashable language" $C="unhashable_language"; $language{$C}= "unhashable_language; print "perl, perl, perl the $perl language. So much better than a $C. +When you see a $C and compare it to a $perl you may want to hurl!\n"; $Favoritelanguage=<STDIN>; chomp $Favoritelanguage; if (Favoritelanguage eq "Perl!") { print "hash all you like for end is never in sight, only when the RAM +is at the end of it's capacity like THE Llama in the sand.\n"; } else { print "in this language, hash is only a dream, for only in your dreams + will it SEEM possible.\n";


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