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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It's worth it - trust me.

    A good UPS will not only work like a surge supressor to handle spikes and give you enough power to shut down when the power goes out - it will also give you a steady consistant stream of power.

    Relatively speaking - they are not that expensive.
  • If your power is too noisy, you might look into using a UPS. That might filter out the noise.

    Be careful about extending that is operator - a recent slashdot item noted that Microsoft got a patent for is-not. :-)