As Perl's becoming less popular, webspace with real perl interpreter can be quite costly.
Prove it or shut up. And, I mean prove that a webserver with Perl installed is more expensive to operate than a webserver with ASP installed. Otherwise, you are spouting shit from your ass and I am not your toilet.
Dude, leave your bitterness at the door. He didn't say the operational costs of a webserver were higher -- he said finding "webspace" that let's you run perl is getting expensive. He's right. The dot-come days of web hosting companies with cheap shell accounts and web hosting that let you run whatever you want are dying fast.
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