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Re: You youngin' don't know how good you have it

by dusk (Friar)
on Apr 28, 2001 at 18:54 UTC ( #76376=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to You youngin' don't know how good you have it

I'm 14, so obviously I've heard a lot of the "when I was your age" speeches. And...

You are definitely not full of crap..

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I have been using UNIX for several months (although unrelated), and have been coding (or, fooling around with programming) since I was 11; I have experience with Logo, BASIC, JAVA, and now I'm learning Perl. And, from experience I can say that of all the references, and CS courses, nothing has been as helpful as PerlMonks.

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