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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Actually assignment not being an expression was the one thing I couldn't stand about C#. It's really quite frustrating to have to live in languages without that feature.
    • I like languages enforcing style on me. It's easier to get to the point where I can be an expert in that language, because I don't have to worry about thinking for myself or coming up with a style that works for me. When the language can tell me what is best, I feel safer and smarter and thus happier.
  • That's all I can say. Proper support? I guess if you like paying $100/hr over the phone, waiting on hold and what-not. Open source rules in that book, hands down and always will rule. It's nearly impossible to have a closed-book be supported well by a limited few people who have the "keys".

    But ya know ... 20 Million VBP can't be wrong! *laugh*