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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Why would we need to comment our code? I think this speaks for itself.

    push@A,$_ for reverse q.e...q.n.;for(@A){$_=unpack(q|c|,$_);@a=split//;
    shift@a;shift@a if $a[$[]eq$[;$_=join q||,@a};print $_,$/for reverse @A

  • "Java has the highest mean of comment lines per source lines at.. one comment line for three source code lines" and "Perl has the lowest mean with.. one comment line for nine source code lines"

    And they say that Perl takes 10 times less code to do the same thing, so....