It's the interface, stupid

Foy, Brian D.
December 2007
Perl Review;Winter2007, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The author contends that Perl computer program language would continue to develop as developers mark its 20th year anniversary. He opines that during the pioneer years of Perl development, everyone can write defective software programming codes and be called developers. He argues that anyone interested in Perl programming must have a knowledge of object-oriented programming.


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