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Those are perfect examples of the difference in philosophy between Perl and many other languages. Common things should be as simple as possible. I've always had fun with those whose Java is a little shaky by asking them them to write the code for opening and writing to a file without looking up the syntax. It's surprising how many people blow it.

Now how many people have the same problem in Perl?

Cheers,
Ovid

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In reply to Re: Re: Arguments needed for comparision between Perl, ASP and Java by Ovid
in thread Arguments needed for comparision between Perl, ASP and Java by Gorby

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