The moral is that Perl is a great language for implementing haiku
… but Python is rather better at implementing functional specs.
about Python vs. Perl
A rather good comment about one of the reasons I dislike Perl. I also
dislike Python (significant whitespace?) but if I had to choose between the
two, I would probably use Python.
sounds interesting, a web server that separates content, presentation and
logic, which is what I'm trying to do. But at this time, the website seems
to be down. Or rather, DNS is reporting back an error.
Maybe I'll get back to this some other time. Even if it is written in Perl.
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