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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Simon has a point here. The three pillars of programmer's wisdom in the Perl community were laziness, impatience and hubris. I understand laziness and impatience. Hubris is probably a bit outdated now (except probably for really clever people that do really useful hacks -- but don't get too excited about it.) I mean, if perl 5.8.0 is a success, that's because of people running smoke tests, people writing regression tests, people managing the bug database, people hunting typos and doc glitches, and so on. No
    • That's a different kind of hubris. There's hubris for yourself and hubris for the sake of the attention of others. Three guesses as to which is the good kind...
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      • That's a different kind of hubris. There's hubris for yourself and hubris for the sake of the attention of others. Three guesses as to which is the good kind...

        Hangon. That's two options and you're giving me three attempts to make the correct choice?

        I'd have to be really really Homer Simpson to lose. Even Bart would be smart enough to use "none of the above" for his third attempt. :-)