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Perl, RDF and wiki hacker, London, UK. This is my former Perl blog; I now write at Earle's Notebook [downlode.org].

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Friday August 27, 2004
10:07 AM

Zen Buddhism makes a stand on Perl data structures

[ #20595 ]
(originally posted to a Fotango mailing list, but I thought it merited going here as well)

From The Manual of Zen Buddhism:

"Subhuti, what do you think? Does a Bodhisattva set any Buddha-land in array?"

"No, World-honoured One, he does not."

"Why? Because to set a Buddha-land in array is not to set it in array, and therefore it is known as setting it in array."

I trust that is sufficiently clear.

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