Re: I am new to PERL
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Gabor Szabo" <szabgab@...> wrote:
>try searching "Learning Perl" keyword in some thing called Google if
> On 8/10/06, Santosh Kumar <kadlisantosh@...> wrote:
> > Mahesh, this is not a forum to Teach Perl.
> > Perl is always good to know, if you are interested you better
you are aware of.
> > Pls don't post such unnecessary messages on to a forum wherepeople are really serious to create and learn better stuff, bcoz
every body would wish to have a nice time.
> > ~Santoshto
> > PS: Don't feel offended.
> then please don't offend.
> While you are right, this is not a forum to teach Perl we can still
> *kindly* point people
> to the right forums. e.g. http://learn.perl.org/ or in more general
> or to a specific tutorial or book you like.
> http://qa.perl.org can be mentioned for generic QA and Perl related
> We should make sure people feel welcomed to ask questions regarding
> Win32::GuiTest but are not thrown out even if they ask questions
> slightly related to it.Gabor,
I do respect your point of view. However in this particular case I do
not agree with you. I am realy annoyed by all those jerks building
their reputation by answering RTFM to any question. But from the
other hand there is a limit of obviousness, which should not be
If somebody asks a question on this forum how to learn perl, he/she
1. He/she did not bother checking what is the profile of this group
2. He did not bother searching google. "learn perl" and "learning
perl" gives so obvious results that I can't think of any explanation
for asking such a basic question here.
Such attitudes annoy me and I can imagine that they can annoy others.
I don't want to start a discussion. As I said, I respect your point
of view, but as a second moderator, want to mention that my opinion
in this matter is different