Didn't help to learn how to hack Perl.
You already said that, what does that mean?
perlhack DESCRIPTION is
This document explains how Perl development works. It includes details
about the Perl 5 Porters email list, the Perl repository, the Perlbug
bug tracker, patch guidelines, and commentary on Perl development
And perlhack does indeed teach that
So what do you mean?
FunkyMonk points you to perlguts, but that can't be what you're after, after all, perlhack points you to perlguts
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