Coding in Perl

Before Larry Wall created Perl, he studied linguistics. Unlike other programming languages designed around a mathematical notion, Perl’s design emulates how people communicate with each other. This gives us the freedom to write programs depending on our current needs. We can write simple, straightforward code or combine many small pieces into larger programs. We can select from multiple design paradigms, and we can eschew or embrace advanced features.

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