In reply to Kathryn Cassidy's flatulent wordings,
> >These people are at (Yet Another Perl Conference), they're hardly there
> >because they're one of the many others who think that PERL is crap. I'm
> >sure all of the above has been implemented in many other mainstream
>> So what you're saying is that some people think perl is great and they go to
> perl conferences and use perl to write large, mission critical apps and
> others think it's crap, don't go to perl conferences, and don't use perl.
>> I agree, but I don't see what this has to do with a discussion about whether
> perl is a good language for large scale projects...
Just to say that you presented a very one sided view of PERL as a language for
large scale projects (that is the view that PERL Conference goers would hold).
Although I do not doubt that PERL can be used for such projects, I do doubt
that it is a good language for such things, and that the people who go to
these conferences probably think it's the bees knees because the last project
they had to do was in C
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