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5.7 Perl Poetry

 
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5.7 Perl Poetry

As you saw earlier, it can be quite easy to write Perl that compiles and executes cleanly while also harboring some artistic value . . . however subjective. There is a recognized pastime of composing Perl prose like this, the definitive paper on which was written by Sharon Hopkins (http://www.wall.org/~sharon/plpaper.ps). Perl haiku contests pop up on the net and at Perl conferences, allowing more right-brain exercise for the creative programmer.

See Damian Conway's Coy.pm (http://search.cpan.org/dist/Coy/) for a mind-boggling example of just what someone with a lot of talent and a little free time can do.

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