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Interview with Larry Wall and Tom Christiansen

posted by jjohn on 2000.04.06 6:04   Printer-friendly
jjohn writes "Here's a three year old interview with Tom and Larry. For some reason, the author choose a Perl-as-The-Force metaphor throughout the introduction. Truly, the pictures are a hoot! "
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  • Try this link (hint - copy and paste, don't click): ' /feature/' [] for the article.

    As you can see from the above link, use.perl seems to be munging tags badly - it's beta after all.

  • Hm. link []. Seems fine to me. What specifically are you saying isn't working? Oh, I think I know. Did you put something like:

      <A HREF='link'>

    in your post? If so, that is probably why. Use double quotes. I'll add some code to strip out single quotes if they surround the URL, but it isn't in there now.

    If something else happened, then let me know. It all seems to work properly for me, so just saying "it doesn't work" is not helpful; I need specifics. :-)

  • Your diagnosis is correct I think...
  • Doh! (Score:1, Interesting)

    My first post and I effed it up! Typical. Bad jjohn!