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One of Perl's biggest selling points has been that it is a glue language
Why so much anti-glue dogma?
We used to say "Perl isn't fast, but it is usually fast enough."
"You can write the prototype quickly."
"Then maybe you never need to replace the prototype!"
One way to write prototypes quickly is to make shell calls
Let's not forget what is good about Perl
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