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Unduplicated link (John M. Gabriele).

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@@ -95,3 +95,6 @@ E: nothingmuch@woobling.org
N: Chas. Owens
E: chas.owens@gmail.com
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+N: John Gabriele
+E: jmg3000@gmail.com
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@@ -88,12 +88,12 @@ Similarly, CPAN distributions such as C<Perl::Critic> and C<Perl::Tidy> and
C<CPAN::Mini> can make your work simpler and easier.
=item * I<Read code.> Join in a mailing list such as the Perl Beginners list
-(U<http://learn.perl.org/faq/beginners.htmlhttp://learn.perl.org/faq/beginners.html>),
-sign up for PerlMonks (U<http://perlmonks.org/>), and otherwise immerse
-yourself in the Perl Community (U<http://www.perl.org/community.html> has
-copious links). You'll have plenty of opportunities to see how other people
-solve their problems, good and bad. Learn from the good (it's often obvious)
-and the bad (to see what to avoid).
+(U<http://learn.perl.org/faq/beginners.html>), sign up for PerlMonks
+(U<http://perlmonks.org/>), and otherwise immerse yourself in the Perl
+Community (U<http://www.perl.org/community.html> has copious links). You'll
+have plenty of opportunities to see how other people solve their problems, good
+and bad. Learn from the good (it's often obvious) and the bad (to see what to
+avoid).
Writing a few lines of code to solve a problem someone else posted is a great
way to learn.

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