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Hmmm, while I would agree that, when one has the choice, Unix/Linux would be my preferance. However, ignoring the HUGE install base that M$ has, and the fact that there are unfortunate souls like myself that are forced to use it, is in my opinion, limiting yourself.

Not to mention that I quite like Win2K (with all the Unix tool ports installed). It's actually a nice OS and the best code MS has ever released.

And while I appreciate the nature of your response, you must admit...it wasn't very helpful :)

"Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!

In reply to Re: Re: use PerlScript && die; by Rex(Wrecks)
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