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    Advice for Perl trainers

    There's an interesting (in a tongue-in-cheek sense) discussion going on at the Perl trainers mailing list. It started with a message that a warned to be very careful when typing the almost self-deprecatign my $self = shift. Somebody advised about the same situation with $count, and Randall Schwartz, in yet another, warned about personal data in laptops.

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    De: fernand0 Fecha: 2004-12-23 18:24

    Well. What about using the browser, and starting typing something, and seeing all your audience some past visited sites?

    Hehe.



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-12-24 19:56

    That's a good one, indeed...



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