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Re: Perl quiz for beginners

by egga (Monk)
on Sep 09, 2011 at 10:08 UTC ( #925048=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl quiz for beginners

I appreciate your effort to make that quiz. It's a nice idea and I pretty much like your GUI.

A big drawback is the quality of your questions, but I'm sure, that you are improving them over time.

I personally prefer questions, which need knowledge of the language itself (e.g. "what does ... print") over questions, which need "meta knowledge" of the language (e.g. what does XYZ stand for). But I have to admit that the Perl ecosystem is quite overwhelming and understanding the community is one very important key to learn the language.

I hope you keep up that work and provide questions for more experienced developers very soon. Thanks for your time and sweat.

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Re^2: Perl quiz for beginners
by jassics (Initiate) on Sep 09, 2011 at 10:35 UTC
    Thanks Egga for your feedback and yes agree that question was of lower level. Main target is Perl novice not intermediate or expert like all Perl Monks people.

    i posted this quiz here to know every one's idea and I succeed in that.

    I will surely devote more time before posting my next quiz and that will be for all. (Experts don't require it but their views are always accountable :))

    If any of Perl Monks want to contribute their questions then please forward a mail to or
    So that I can put these questions for next quiz. It will help many people who work on Perl

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