Showdown at the VM corral

Posted by dave on Aug 7, 2004 8:11 AM EDT
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The CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network) is the backbone of the Perl community. It includes hundreds of modules that extend Perl in every imaginable direction: networking, directory services, XML processing, statistics, you name it. Before writing a substantial piece of new code, a seasoned Perl programmer will check CPAN to see whether an existing module can meet the need. The same holds true for users of PHP, Python, Ruby, and other dynamic languages.

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