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As promised.
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Cheers !

Hope you keep well with PHP - it's a good language to learn, and I certainly prefer it to Perl.
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I haven't tried my hand at Perl... yet.

Hope you're enjoying the points bonanza!
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I always enjoy the points... only 400 points until my next T-shirt arrives :)

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