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All of which is completely and utterly irrelevant to this thread. Which isn't about any given project written in Perl; or even all projects written in Perl. No one, except you, has made the slightest mention of anything that relates to replacing anything with anything.

Nor about the pros & cons of one language over another.

The subject -- it's just up there in case you've forgotten -- is: The future of Perl?

Other than your first post which amounted "I don't care cos I don't need Perl to evolve, -- which, in part, mirrors my own position; the difference being that I think it a shame to see my favorite language slip into obscurity even if it doesn't much affect me personally -- the rest of your blather is just irrelevant-to-the-discussion, scatter-shot straw-men, that you set up so you could knock them down. And you've even failed dismally to do that in any sort of a convincing way.

Your analogies suck; your syllogism are made up; and your conclusions are illogical. And it's all irrelevant to the thread.

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In reply to Re^2: The future of Perl? by BrowserUk
in thread The future of Perl? by BrowserUk

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