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LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 73 DOC

LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 73 DOC

The second service provides a degree of security, protecting against accidental damage to local project fi les and providing a point for centralized backups. The third service, and probably the most important, keeps a record of all changes made to a project over time. Developers can quickly see exactly what has changed in each fi le, and review comments made by the programmer that explain why. Source control can also be used like a time machine. You can reconstruct the state of a project at any point during its lifetime. You don ’ t need to archive a copy of your entire project at every point in its development. For example, if you ’ re working on version 1.6 of your application, but suddenly need to debug version 1.2, simply query the source control system for a copy of your project as it existed on the day you fi nished version 1.2. Source trees and source control serve different needs and each is designed to solve a different problem. Some aspects overlap, but generally they complement each other. They can be used independently or in combination. For example, a project from one source control repository can refer to fi les in a source tree that ’ s being maintained in a different source control repository. What source fi le sharing and control techniques you employ will depend entirely on your needs and work environment.
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HANDBOOK ENGLISH 3 POT

HANDBOOK ENGLISH 3 POT

The answer deals well with both the individual media trends and the overall comparison of these trends. The opening could be more fully developed with the inclusion of information relating to the groups studied and the period of time during which the study took place. There is a good variety of cohesive devices and the message can be followed quite easily although the expression is sometimes a little clumsy. Structures are complex and vocabulary is varied but there are errors in word forms, tense and voice and occasionally the text becomes incoherent.
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BAI TAP TIENG ANH LOP 11

BAI TAP TIENG ANH LOP 11

toprovide three kinds of services.First, UNICEF plans and develops programs in developing countries. These programs serve the community by providing health care, information about(39)... , basic education, and safe water and sanitation. Then UNICEFtrains people to work in these programs. *UNICEF also provides supplies and equipment that (40) ... the programs to work. B. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers. This is part of a report by the Chairman of the Charities Commiitee of a Club. By Match this year-, we shall have raised enough money, we hope, to buy the equipment for the Youth Club. When we have raised the money, we are planning to go back to the Youth Club leaders in order to discover exactly what is needed most. Plans have been made for the Book Sale which will be held on 15th February. This means that many of ÚS will be spending the first two weeks of February collecting books. The event ¡is likely to be held ¡in the
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTS-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL''''S ARCHIVEENGLISH SLANG IDIOMS (79) PPTX

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTS-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL''''S ARCHIVEENGLISH SLANG IDIOMS (79) PPTX

hand money five TRANG 8 9."I feel good about letting my friend stay here to save money.. up and he is now doing well, has a good job and has a nice place of his own," Rick said to Nick.[r]
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Antinutrients, in vitro digestibility and antioxidant activity of sorghum grain and flour of two different varieties

Antinutrients, in vitro digestibility and antioxidant activity of sorghum grain and flour of two different varieties

Sorghum commonly is eaten with the hull (the outer layer of the grain), which retains the majority of the nutrients. Sorghum has excellent chemical and physical properties, which make it a grain of good quality for processing different types of products. The nutrient composition of sorghum grain indicates that it is a good source of carbohydrates, fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Sorghum contains about 70 per cent starch, so is a good energy source. Its starch consists of 70 to 80 per cent amylopectin, a branched-chain polymer of glucose, and 20 to 30 per cent amylase, a straight-chain polymer.
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Lecture Development economics - Lecture 8: Measurement of economic development with good governance and humane governance Index

Lecture Development economics - Lecture 8: Measurement of economic development with good governance and humane governance Index

In the present day''s ''Good Governance'' has assumed a reasonable importance. The good governance is also known as Humane Governance. The concept of humane governance is the summation of good economic governance, good political governance and good civic governance.
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HOA VÀ BẠN

HOA VÀ BẠN

TRANG 8 TRANG 9 WHEN YOU THINK THE WORLD HAS TURNED IT’S BACK ON YOU…… TRANG 10 ALWAYS REMEMBER THE TRANG 11 ALWAYS REMEMBER…WHEN LIFE HANDS YOU A LEMON – TRANG 12 GOOD FRIENDS ARE LIKE [r]
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NTC’S AMERICAN IDIOMS DICTIONARY PHẦN 4 PPTX

NTC’S AMERICAN IDIOMS DICTIONARY PHẦN 4 PPTX

hoarse as a crow Go to (as) hoarse as a crow. Hobson’s choice the choice between tak- ing what is offered and getting nothing at all. (From the name of a stable owner in the seventeenth century who offered cus- tomers the hire of the horse nearest the door.) We didn’t really want that par- ticular hotel, but it was a case of Hobson’s choice. We booked very late and there was nothing else left. If you want a yellow car, it’s Hobson’s choice. The garage has only one.
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Faecal calprotectin concentrations in apparently healthy children aged 0-12 years in urban Kampala, Uganda: A community-based survey

Faecal calprotectin concentrations in apparently healthy children aged 0-12 years in urban Kampala, Uganda: A community-based survey

Calprotectin is a calcium and zinc binding protein, abundant in neutrophils and is extremely stable in faeces. Faecal calprotectin is used as a non-specific marker for gastrointestinal inflammation. It has a good diagnostic precision to distinguish between irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease.
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APPLIED CLAY MINERALOGY PHẦN 4 PDF

APPLIED CLAY MINERALOGY PHẦN 4 PDF

general, the weathered and oxidized bentonite has higher viscosity and gel strength and a lower filtrate loss than the unweathered bentonite ( Elzea and Murray, 1990 ). Because the weathered and oxidized bentonite has superior colloidal properties, most of the bentonite is stockpiled for several months before it is processed in order to let it weather and ox- idize. The western sodium bentonites are high swelling, viscous, and thixotropic clays. These Cretaceous deposits are high quality and are utilized around the world in drilling fluids and foundry mixes. Fig. 11 is an electron micrograph of a sodium bentonite from Wyoming showing the typical cornflake appearance.
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HISTORY OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PART 53 POT

HISTORY OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PART 53 POT

2 Professor F.A.Fetter (op. cit., preceding footnote) has in fact objected to an explanation by ‘environment’ (rightly, of course, because the word itself explains nothing) and replaced ‘environment’ by two other factors: ‘false authority’ (of the English ‘classics’) and interested partisanship ‘which blocks the path to disinterested scientific effort.’ But the first of these factors needs to be explained in turn: for the hold of authority, false or not, is not a matter of course; the creative mind does not submit to authority; and, following this line, we are led back to the environment that either does not contain scientific talent or else absorbs it into other pursuits. As regards the partisan spirit, it was surely not absent in England, where economic analysis did flourish all the same. Nor does it in itself interfere with scientific effort. Finally, with great respect for Professor Fetter’s high authority, I beg leave to remark that professors are not exempt from bias and that I sense some in the attitude of many excellent men to the nationalist school: surely, another interpretation may be put on the protectionist views of American economists of that and later times than subservience to either pecuniary interests or prejudice.
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ESSENTIALS OF MICROECONOMICS: EXERCISES - EBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS FROM BOOKBOON

ESSENTIALS OF MICROECONOMICS: EXERCISES - EBOOKS AND TEXTBOOKS FROM BOOKBOON

• If the firm has not chosen an efficient production, it is sometimes possible to produce more of the good at a lower cost.. However, that assumes that the firm did not maximize its prof[r]
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SÁCH HƯỚNG DẪN TIẾNG ANH A2 HỆ ĐẠI HỌC TỪ XA HỌC VIỆN CÔNG NGHỆ BƯU CHÍNH VIỄN THÔNG PHẦN 3 DOCX

SÁCH HƯỚNG DẪN TIẾNG ANH A2 HỆ ĐẠI HỌC TỪ XA HỌC VIỆN CÔNG NGHỆ BƯU CHÍNH VIỄN THÔNG PHẦN 3 DOCX

Sit down, children. Time for your story. Are you all sitting comfortably? Good. Then I'll begin. Once upon a time, long long ago, there was a beautiful girl who lived with her mother and father in a small village. She - don't do that, George - she worked very hard on her father's farm looking after the cows - George, stop that! Mary, sit down at once - looking after the cows and the horses and the sheep. No, Sally, you are not a sweet little baby baa-lamb. You are a nice sensible little girl who is listening to a story.
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FUNCTIONAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE ENGLISH SPEAKING, LISTENING AND COMMUNICATION PPT

FUNCTIONAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE ENGLISH SPEAKING, LISTENING AND COMMUNICATION PPT

Group size and composition: It is recommended that in a group discussion the number of participants is between three and five. It is also recommended that the assessor is not part of the group / discussion. These recommendations are not intended to add hurdles but to ensure that assessors can fully concentrate their efforts on observing candidates and assessing whether they are meeting the requirements of the standards. With more candidates in a group, each will have less opportunity to contribute and the task of assessing more than this number at any one time becomes increasingly difficult, as it does if someone is trying to both assess and contribute to a discussion.
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Forecasting the presence of hydrocarbon in moc tinh tay prospect, block 05-3, nam con son basin by 3D petroleum system modelling

Forecasting the presence of hydrocarbon in moc tinh tay prospect, block 05-3, nam con son basin by 3D petroleum system modelling

In this study, Lower Miocene and Oligocene source rocks are fair to very good source richness and essentially contain kerogen type III and a mix of type III and type II and has fair to good gas generation potential. Oligocene source rock has generated hydrocarbon since 24Ma. It is in oil window at 13Ma, and reached dry gas phase at 10Ma to the present time. The Lower Miocene source rock has generated hydrocarbon since 12Ma. It is in oil window from 5.5Ma and in gas phase in almost the entire area at the present.
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ĐỀ VÀ ĐÁP ÁN BÀI IELTS SPEAKING PART 2

ĐỀ VÀ ĐÁP ÁN BÀI IELTS SPEAKING PART 2

DESCRIBE A PLACE THAT CAN BE GOOD TO RELAX NOT HOME You should say: - Where the place is - what it is like - how do you spend time there - and explain why you think it is a good place fo[r]
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INSIDER GUIDE CAREERS IN VENTURE CAPITAL PHẦN 9 DOCX

INSIDER GUIDE CAREERS IN VENTURE CAPITAL PHẦN 9 DOCX

capitalists are not interested in information that comes in over the transom; they’d rather get referrals from their network of contacts. Paradigm shift. You’ll hear this term in many business contexts, but it’s particularly overused in venture capital, because it’s what all venture capitalists yearn to recognize and exploit. For example: “The movement to direct sales of memory upgrades represents a paradigm shift in distribution for this industry.” The idea here is that companies that successfully anticipate a paradigm shift will reap exceptional financial rewards.
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ADVANCES IN STEEL STRUCTURES   PART 10 PPT

ADVANCES IN STEEL STRUCTURES PART 10 PPT

A study of the use of A710 steel plates as the flange connecting plates in a beam-to-column web connection shown in Figure 3 was carried out. An identical connection, but with ASTM A572 (50) steel plates, was tested at Lehigh University. It failed prematurely due to fracture of one of the connecting plates. The fracture was predominately brittle in nature although there was evidence of several crack arrests which indicate some ductility in the region. The factors contributing to the fracture include: (1) a large amount of plastic strain imposed on the members, (2) strain concentrations at design details, and (3) orientation of the plates with the applied strain in the least fracture-resistant direction (the rolling direction was parallel to the fracture plane). A post-test examination showed that the defects in the weldments were no greater in size than might be found in typical structural welds. It is felt that this connection fractured in a brittle manner due to the large applied tensile strain which was concentrated at the design detail.
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EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS AFTER THE TERROR SEP 2002

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS AFTER THE TERROR SEP 2002

It is such partly because it will be a prelude to other things that will come after it, the end of this inquiry. To get a mistaken answer to the question of why September 11 was wrong would likely be to store up additional failure. To get a correct answer will help us to deal with the last questions. One will be that of how the subject of moral responsibility for the day of September 11 comes together with the wrong we ourselves have done with multitudes of lives cut short, weak, degraded, respectless or thin. There will also be the question of what we did after September 11, and of what to do now. Why were the killings of September 11 wrong? That is, what is the reason or explanation or ground for the invincible feelings that they were wrong? One of these feelings, as you have heard, was a horror owed to entering into the fear of the victims, people in an extreme situation. Other feelings, lately recalled, had to do with the violation of the agreement between us all that is the fact and practice of natural morality, and with the self-indulgence or worse of inconsis- tency, and with the real truths about human existence at the bottom of morality. Those truths have to do with suffering and the like.
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ADJ

ADJ

45. The old man is both deaf and dumb. He can ..............understand us. a. harder b. hard c. hardly d. difficult 46. I couldn't make coffee for everybody. There weren't......................... a. cups enough b. enough cups c. cups too d. too cups 47. The garden has the most spectacular views………………………..
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TÀI LIỆU GSM SWITCHING, SERVICES AND PROTOCOLS P8 PDF

TÀI LIỆU GSM SWITCHING, SERVICES AND PROTOCOLS P8 PDF

Since every handover incurs not only increased traf®c load for the signaling and transport system but also reductions in speech quality, the importance of a well-dimensioned hand- over decision algorithm is obvious, an algorithm which also takes into account the momen- tary local conditions. This is also a reason for GSM not having standardized a uniform algorithm for the determination of the moment of the handover. For this decision about when to perform a handover, network operators can develop and deploy their own algo- rithms which are optimally tuned for their networks. This is made possible through stan- dardizing only the signaling interface that de®nes the processing of the handover and through transferring the handover decision to the BSS. The GSM handover is thus a
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ENGLISH WRITTEN TEST NO 3  CODE 1201 PDF

ENGLISH WRITTEN TEST NO 3 CODE 1201 PDF

A. slow B. slowest C. slowly D. slower III- ERROR IDENTIFICATION (0.75 points) 22- Lan turned on the radio to listening to the news. A. turned on B. the radio C. to listening D. to the news 23- The picture was painting by Michael last year.
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First Certificate language practice with key 21 docx

First Certificate language practice with key 21 docx

G R A M M A R 3 4 S P E L L I N G A N D P R O N U N C I A T I O N 3 Write each w o r d ending in the suffix given. a) supply (ing) ..supplying. b) destroy (ed) c) apply (ed) d) lonely (ness) e) employ (s) f) cry(s) g) silly (ness) h) annoy (s) i) beauty (ful) j) pretty (ness)
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CALCULUS III PPT

CALCULUS III PPT

x = = = y z So, it looks like we’ve got a cube here. We should be a little careful here. Since we’ve only got one solution we might be tempted to assume that this is dimensions that will give the largest volume. The method of Lagrange Multipliers will give a set of points that will either maximize or minimize a given function subject to the constraint. However, when we get a single solution it may be either a maximum or a minimum. To verify that we’ve gotten a maximum, as we want, all that we need to do is pick any other point that satisfies the constraint and check its volume against the volume of the point we got above. If the volume of the point above is larger than the second point we will know that we’ve got a maximum.
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BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC   REPRODUCTION AND GENE FLOW IN THE GENUS QUERCUS  PPT

BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC REPRODUCTION AND GENE FLOW IN THE GENUS QUERCUS PPT

INTRODUCTION Plant populations show a significant amount of organization in the genetic vari- ation they contain (Wright, 1951). Such or- ganization is significantly influenced by joint action of mutation, migration, selec- tion and genetic drift. In this context, gene flow among plant populations may repre-
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HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 28 POT

HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 28 POT

programming. Much of the Internet is powered by CGI Perl scripts. Perl does have a downside. When you look at overall productivity of a language, you've also got to take things like maintenance and readability into account. Perl tends to rate very poorly among experts on a readability scale. As with Java, much of Perl's problem is cultural. Some Perl programmers would rather chop off their little finger than type four extra characters, whether the characters improve readability or not. After all, programs that were hard to write should be hard to read. Other Perl problems relate to the language itself. Perl's object orientation is obviously bolted on, and Perl has a secret handshake of sorts, in the form of many cryptic syntactic shortcuts that only the mother of Perl could love. A whole lot of us at one time or another have had some sort of love/hate relationship with Perl. It's interesting to talk about, but it's pretty much the antithesis of Java, and it's likely not going to make a dent.
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ENGLISH WRITTEN TEST   CODE 1202 POTX

ENGLISH WRITTEN TEST CODE 1202 POTX

A. is B. which C. was born D. grew up V. READING (2 points) Read the passage then answer the questions below Is English a good international language? It has more words than any other languages. The grammar is simpler than in the other major languages. However, English spelling is difficult. Foreigners all have troubles spelling English. So do native speakers. Since 1880, people have invented over fifty artificial languages. No one speaks them as a native language. However, none of them has ever become popular. Some people don’t want to study English, but it is the international language. There is no way to change that now.
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KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2011 - ĐỀ 9 PPS

KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2011 - ĐỀ 9 PPS

Humans can make deserts, but humans can also prevent their growth. Algeria planted a green wall of trees across the edge. of the Sahara to' stop the desert sand from spreading. Mauritania planted a similar wall around Nouakchott, the capital. Iran puts a thin covering of petroleum on sandy areas and plants trees. The oil keeps the water and smaller the land, and men on motorcycles keep the sheep and goats away. Other countries build long canals to bring water to desert areas.
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IT WAS NOT SUCH A GOOD BARGAINAF PPT

IT WAS NOT SUCH A GOOD BARGAINAF PPT

With the urge to TRANG 2 To my amazement, there were about half a dozen Rolex watches costing not less than three thousand dollars each.. A slim, well-at-tired man curtly interrupted me [r]
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NTC''''S POCKET DICTIONARY OF WORDS AND PHRASES PART 33 DOC

NTC''''S POCKET DICTIONARY OF WORDS AND PHRASES PART 33 DOC

IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME IN THE LOCATION WHERE some-thing is to happen exactly when it happens.. Usually about some-thing good.[r]
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3500 SENTENCES OF CERTIFICATE A PPT

3500 SENTENCES OF CERTIFICATE A PPT

40. This girl has no ................... She is a .................. girl. This .................. woman is very nice to children. a. mother / motherly / motherless b. mother / motherless / motherly c. motherly / motherless / mother d. motherless / mother / motherly
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LUYEN THI DH   CHU DE   CHON CAU CUNG NGHIA

LUYEN THI DH CHU DE CHON CAU CUNG NGHIA

A. Janet has trouble keeping her emotions under control, especially when she is told frightening stories. B. Since Janet is somewhat unbalanced, the only way to make her laugh is by telling stories, but we should avoid scary ones as they might cause her to panic. C. It is no fun to tell frightening stories to Janet, who is not very stable mentally, because she only laughs instead of getting scared.
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GSM switching services and protocols P8

GSM switching services and protocols P8

Since every handover incurs not only increased traf®c load for the signaling and transport system but also reductions in speech quality, the importance of a well-dimensioned hand- over decision algorithm is obvious, an algorithm which also takes into account the momen- tary local conditions. This is also a reason for GSM not having standardized a uniform algorithm for the determination of the moment of the handover. For this decision about when to perform a handover, network operators can develop and deploy their own algo- rithms which are optimally tuned for their networks. This is made possible through stan- dardizing only the signaling interface that de®nes the processing of the handover and through transferring the handover decision to the BSS. The GSM handover is thus a
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Candlestick charting explained Part 5 pps

Candlestick charting explained Part 5 pps

7. Have you found that candles work better with stocks, futures, or does it matter? Again, the candles chart and candles pattern analysis should be sepa- rated. The candlestick is only the chart itself, but the candlestick pat- terns are the analysis based generally on the Sakata's Five Law, or somehow originating from it. There are two applications in the law, one for daily and the other is for weekly chart which has a different definition. The daily candlesticks pattern works better on the futures. It
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HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 28 PPSX

HANDBOOKS PROFESSIONAL JAVA C SCRIP SQL PART 28 PPSX

community by the throat, forced it to come along with C++ syntax and usage models, and offered solutions to solve the most pressing problems the C developers encountered. As we showed, Java was effectively a compromise between perfect OO and the C++ community. Later, IBM made a move to buy OTI, a maker of Smalltalk virtual machines. In one last push for Smalltalk, IBM built a common virtual machine into an IDE called Visual Age with the hopes that the common JVM could lend credibility to Smalltalk. It was too little, too late. We were too content in our newfound freedom, safely and freshly away from all things C++, in the arms of Java.
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O''''REILLY NETWORK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT''''S BOOK PART 28 POT

O''''REILLY NETWORK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT''''S BOOK PART 28 POT

programming. Much of the Internet is powered by CGI Perl scripts. Perl does have a downside. When you look at overall productivity of a language, you've also got to take things like maintenance and readability into account. Perl tends to rate very poorly among experts on a readability scale. As with Java, much of Perl's problem is cultural. Some Perl programmers would rather chop off their little finger than type four extra characters, whether the characters improve readability or not. After all, programs that were hard to write should be hard to read. Other Perl problems relate to the language itself. Perl's object orientation is obviously bolted on, and Perl has a secret handshake of sorts, in the form of many cryptic syntactic shortcuts that only the mother of Perl could love. A whole lot of us at one time or another have had some sort of love/hate relationship with Perl. It's interesting to talk about, but it's pretty much the antithesis of Java, and it's likely not going to make a dent.
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