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Re: SV: [CPROG] Howto, mail



Christian Hemmingsen wrote:
> 
> "Søren H. Sørensen" wrote:
> 
> > Hvorfor dukker et 14 dage gammelt emne op igen?
> >
> > Ligemeget. Jeg kan bare ikke se nogen grund til at lære Perl når man er
> > rimelig god i c. Perl er en fortolker, og som sådan er den da meget
> > udmærket, men det svarer lidt til at bede en assembler-guru bruge BASIC.
> > Perl kan konkatenere strenge med et +, og det er da nemmere end at
> > skrive strcat, men Perl kræver mange flere tegn escaped end c gør.
> > Eksempelvis skal tegnene < og > escapes. Perl bruges ofte til at lave
> > HTML, og det ender med at se hæsligt ud.
> >
> > Python kender jeg ikke.
> 
> Jeg er ikke meget for at skrive det, men det var det første ord jeg kom på da
> jeg læste dit indlæg:
> Ignorant.
> 
> Christian Hemmingsen
> 
> P.S.
> I Perl konkateneres strenge med "."

Det er korrekt, at det er "." der konkatenerer strenge i Perl.

M.v.h.
Søren H. Sørensen


 
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