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cwest (1514)

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Tuesday April 20, 2004
12:07 PM

Page 23, Perl Medic

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Apparently I'm a few days late on this one. See Chris for reference. http://www.cwinters.com/News/show/?news_id=3152

I grabbed my nearest book and this is the fifth full sentence on page 23.

What if you look at a program and it really makes no sense at all?

Peter J. Scott, "Perl Medic, Transforming Legacy Code". http://www.perlmedic.com/

While I've got the chance I should give a review of this book. I've had my copy for probably a solid month now and I've read it twice. I've been at this programming thing for a long while now, largely using Perl. Peter's book has made my code better instantly.

Perl Medic brings together all the disparate bits of information and "it hurts when I do that" I've accumulated over the years, bringing them all within reach again.

I read this book twice so it would sink in better. Not only is Perl Medic an excellent reference, it's an excellent teacher.

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