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I don't buy it. CPAN is not exactly a secret, especially to someone who has, according to his own admission "used Perl for years." If you're in a class part of your education isn't just writing, it's researching which means putting some level of personal effort into finding out where the answer may be without cutting to the chase and asking those that already know. It's certainly convenient for the student, though ultimately not as educational as doing the grunt work yourself.

It's kinda amusing seeing the reputation on my original node swing wildly up and down... I deliberately posted first so that I could say in a nice way what lots of other Monks would have said much less politely. The poster is new and doesn't need to be abused... I was trying to save him some abuse and I get beat up on instead.

Ah well... to each his own. :-D

Gary Blackburn
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In reply to Re: Re: Re: perl keylogger on linux by Trimbach
in thread perl keylogger on linux by SMA

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