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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Twenty O'Reilly books?

    Snapshot from 2001 [petdance.com]

    Amateur.

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    • Amateur.

      You're not flipping the bozo bit on me, are you? Real people don't need to call their colleagues.... Oh, never mind. :)

      I like the color coded arrangement, even though it leads to strange subject groupings and separations.

      I note two copies of Learning GNU Emacs in your collection which do not appear to be different editions. We won't disqualify the whole entry, though. ;)

      Extra points for owning UNIX Text Processing!

      There is no orange in your entire collection, so it looks quite a bit di

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
      • > my library has grown by 14 books in less than 18 days.

        Which is how many pounds a year?

        But seriously: Shouldn't we be able to hand in proof of ownership of, say, 50 O'Reilly books (no, I'm not there yet) and get our choice of:

        • Build, Make and Test your own Bookcases
        • Power Tools in a Nutshell
        • Running from Falling Shelves
        • Book Shelve Hacks
          • Yo, Gnat, are you listening?