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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You're not being too critical. I expect to see such sloppy work out of CS students or new programmers, but it should never work it's way into the professional code.

    Now that's what I think. The reality is, I have funny notions about software design. I think that professional software should have a test suite, preferably one that can also run on the end-users system. Many would argue that point with me. Few would argue that a test suite is a bad idea, but many might argue that it's not necessary ("I do

    • Sorry but any IT gradudate should know normalisation. There is no excuse - any IT degree that doesn't cover the basics of normalisation (its not that hard, in fact once you've done a handful of exersizes you realize its pretty much common sense) is worthless.

      As for new programmers - again any course which teaches programming has to include some database design - name a single application since 1980 that didn't use some sort of database.

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      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;