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Commented on Yay! Moose is free from stringy exceptions!
Great work Upasna! You deserve a big round of applause for this awesome job. Much appreciated!...
Commented on Why Dart is not the language of the future
I agree that it would be good to not compare a null reference at all. A better option would be to return multiple values or have a tuple type and pattern matching. By the way I loved your take and,...
Commented on SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers
Hi All, I am a Novice Programmer. Can you please tell me : How would one send "ctrl-c"? would it be: my($stdout, $stderr, $exit) = $ssh->cmd("\cC"); I'm trying to modify some existing perl script (which uses NET::SSH:PERL) but need a...
Smylers commented on
SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers
Andy, I don't really know much about
Net::SSH::Perl. This article is all about using SSH in the course of being a developer, rather than writing programs which themselves connect via SSH.
You'd be better off asking on StackOverflow, or the Perl Beginners mailing list. Good luck.
cgarcia.e88 commented on
Why Dart is not the language of the future
For the reader, this article is very old and MISLEADING. The author just wrote it based on the SPEC and not actually coding. The conclusion of the author that "Dart fails to provides the advantages of static languages, without compensating by the flexibility of dynamic languages." is wrong. You get runtime errors and autocompletion thanks to its typed nature, but there is also the 'dynamic' type which gives you all the flexibility you might need.
First I think that a title like "The language of the Future" is the author being pretentious. Dart doesn't want to be the "ultimate" langua…
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