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I would absolutely second the notion of hanging out here with the other Perl Monks.

Even if, like me, you don't answer many questions, just following along with the answers that wiser monks provide gives insight into the Perl way of thinking.

I've lost track of the number of times I've seen the answers to questions I didn't know I had! :-)


In reply to Re: Getting to know people who love Perl. by bibliophile
in thread Getting to know people who love Perl. by drift211

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