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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I agree, somewhat. I use vim and xemacs to do 99% of my web stuff. However, when it comes to munging around with tables, I want a WYSIWYG editor, to take all the pain away.

    Of course, if I'm not doing tables, or anything tough, I stick to my plain simple text editors.

    Hmm, actually, I just realized that I haven't even started vim in several weeks/months, so I guess I am now a total xemacs user. Go figure...
  • Heh :) This reminds me of a contract I had in Alaska where I needed to mock up some Web forms to get feedback from people as to whether or not I understood their needs. As I sat there typing raw HTML into Notepad (not having my own computer handy), one of their techs looked at me and said "you can tell someone's a real programmer when they they do Web pages with Notepad."

    Erm, yeah :)