Interesting Quote (please kill me)

Stuart Jansen sjansen at
Fri Aug 12 12:31:45 MDT 2005

On Fri, 2005-08-12 at 11:17 -0700, Jonathan Ellis wrote:
> Fantastic.  Now where does its world-dominant string support help turn
> my data back into an object easier than

> >>> joe = Users.getSome(fname='joe')

So that's a built in behavior of your favorite language? This is a
trivial thing to do with various libraries in many languages.

Or is it that your favorite language can only deal with objects so
you've been lulled into the false belief that they are always the best

> > Perhaps you don't know enough about Perl to criticize it.
> Heh.

That's not a response. 

Stuart Jansen                   e-mail/jabber: sjansen at

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