Google Search: perl c# comparison

Another search that I have noticed that has been passed to my site was "perl c# comparison", I would assume that the person that asked this was trying to compare the languages and not how c# and perl perform comparisons.

My take on this would be that I don't really think that the two are even slightly similar in sytanx, semantics or even intended use. The only thing that I have found in common is the use of the ";" to signify the end of the line.

I use perl because I can do a lot of work quickly in it, and my site is based on a Linux server. I use C# because I like the langague and it is my job.

There are many more reasons that the languages are completly different. This was my take.

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