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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What are your choices? Saying how much longer in time and code would it be in Java, .NET, or PHP is a good response.

    --Nat

    • actually, I suspect that he's leaning either toward java (the company standard) or something more abstract, like "XML" - both of which fit the nature of the project. What he will likely be shocked to find is that I've been advocating (and capable of supporting) the use of direct SOAP calls to my API for a while (as opposed to the daemon approach it uses now - SOAP::Lite++). I keep hoping somebody will take me up on it so I can giggle as the Java people try and keep up :)