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A.3 The Slogans

Clearly, Perl is a unique language. This uniqueness has brought forth a community and an ideology that is unprecedented with other languages. One does not have to be a member of this community or agree with this ideology to use Perl, but it helps to at least understand the ideology to get the most out of Perl.

The common Perl slogans have become somewhat famous. These slogans make up the "Perl ethic"---the concepts that guide the way Perl itself is built, and the way most Perl programs are written.

"There's more than one way to do it". This slogan, often abbreviated


 
 
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