||Is Perl Still Relevant?|
|Subject:||Sales vs. demand vs. use and that graph|
Response to: Sales vs. demand vs. use and that graph
Book sales are an unreliable indicator of "popularity" in so far as the share of Perl users may be more likely to find their information via other means. People buy books to help them learn a language. Perhaps Perl programmers, as a group, are more erudite when it comes to programming than users of, say, Visual Basic.
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