Also, I personally found the Perl lists to be useless for NT
implementations of Perl, so I'm happy to see any Perl discussions
MicroWay Pty Ltd.
> At 05:16 PM 4/15/97 -0700, you wrote:
> >I think it's important that we realize what is an NTISP, and who an
> >NTISP mailing list reader is and what are their concerns.
> >That's the topic that this list deals with, and understanding PERL and
> >NT is common to be included in an NTISPs admin functions!
> > CyborG
> It's important to realize that most of the best experts in any given area
> are likely to be watching mail lists of that particular area.
> As an NT ISP, I may perhaps have questions about Unix. Sure, I COULD post
> them here, but I really SHOULD use a Unix mail list! I'm rather certain to
> get the best answers on a UNIX mail list.
> As an NT ISP I'm reasonably certain to have questions about BIND NT. Sure,
> I COULD post them here, but I really SHOULD post them on the BIND NT mail
> list! I'm fairly certain to get the best answers on a UNIX mail list.
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