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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've been using perl for 10ish years and I would buy, read, and flog this book on my friends. I would read, comment, and try not to troll the associated weblog.
    • What he said!
      • by sigzero (5768) on 2009.01.16 17:21 (#66899) Journal

        What they said!

        • Yes please indeed! Especially if it has some yummy 5.10 examples or discussion.
          • I would use this with Perl Best Practices for defining engineering guidelines at work. At this point, I have to write the equivalent myself as a style guide. How quickly can you have it out? :)
            • As said, this would be great for engineering guidelines, especially to help programmers who are new to perl. We have interns from the local university at our office who don't know perl. This would be really useful for getting them pointed in the right direction. I'd definitely buy one personally, and get a few for the office.