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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I imagine that Wrox going under is probably good news for ORA. On the other hand, it will probably mean that any copies Wrox hasn't already distributed will go out at fire sale prices. They've probably already done that to try and avoid bankruptcy, though.

    Well, you don't really need a good reason to buy ORA books.

    You might also support ORA through Safari [oreilly.com]. I love the try-before-you-buy aspect.

    Nice to hear that your organization is hiring. In this economy, that's a sign that you are doing something right!

    • I feel sad about the passing of Wrox. Back in 1993, I was the proud owner of the Revolutionary Guide to Assembly Language [amazon.com], a weighty tome at 986 pages. This was the book that got me interested in programming.

      I used to always tell people to either buy ORA or Wrox. You'd be assured of a good book. I haven't personally bought one for a few years; they seem to be very focused on the Microsoft platform while I have been moving in the opposite direction.

      For some reason I really dislike reading things on th