i came here late, and i see a lot people have already gave you baggy
Perl's gluing ability goes beyond computation, to people. To the poor and
I'm also a Perler. Share a secret with me: When you are cornered by
You mentioned the surplus of Perl libraries? Say, CGI, LWP, WWW, HTML, DBI,
Our crony glauber <theglau...@my-deja.com> sayz:
> Once you get past the ()s, Common Lisp is surprisingly Perl-like. It supportsI think comrade glauber is incorrect. First of all, he got our mantra wrong.
> the same 3 qualities of a Perl programmer (lazyness, impatience and hubris).
> :-) They're both languages that evolved with use to support real life tasks.
It is: The three characteristics of Perl programers: mundaneness,
sloppiness, and fatuousness. Secondly, our language is not evolved to
support no fucking real life no shit. Our language, is designed to be a
fuckup from the very beginning. Designed, to fuck up those computer
scientists. Fuck up their teachings. Fuck up their students. Fuck up their
language. Fuck up their correctness. Fuck up their fucking theoretical
theories. Remmeber, P is for Practical.
> From: ade...@my-deja.com
> Organization: Deja.com - Before you buy.
> Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
> Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 22:37:52 GMT
> Subject: Lisp as glue language?
> Like it or not, Perl's "Swiss Army Knife" approach has been very useful
> My question: does Lisp have the ability to do many/all of the tasks
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