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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • "commited" doesn't mean "namorando".

    "namorando" means "dating" (well, literally, it would mean "has a boy/girlfriend"); so if you're married, for instance, you're "commited", but you're not "dating", OK?

    Also, that form, "namorando", might be used in Brazil a lot, but in Portugal you'd write "a namorar", or something like that.

    • The standard example (in English) of how to distinguish between "committed" and "involved". Consider a breakfast of ham and eggs. To prepare that breakfast, the pig was committed, while the chicken was involved.
  • I can highly recommend the Open Business Club. http://openbc.com/ [openbc.com] Extremely fast, HTTPS and as a plus written in Perl :)