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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What, having you been stalking this guy for 5 years or something because he said something unkind about Perl? How did you even come across this or remember the original post?

    Wow.

    • What, having you been stalking this guy for 5 years or something because he said something unkind about Perl? How did you even come across this or remember the original post?
      No, I remembered "the alaskan electrician" keyed only by that in my brain, because of the total craziness around it when he accused the members of the newsgroup of hacking his ill-protected MattScriptArchive message board.

      Then, a few days ago, my feedster.com [perl.org] search for "Learning Perl" popped up the referenced article, and the URL of "electrician.com" led me to wonder "is this the alaskan electrician?". A few keystrokes with dejagoogle later, and I had my confirmation.

      Honestly, I generally don't recognize patterns like this. Just consider it an accidental find.

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      • Randal L. Schwartz
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