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After you're comfortable with Perl, check out Emacs for windows. :-)
My two cents,
PS: I know I sounded like an ad! But I´m really enthusiast of it! ...lghs
[edited by: jatar_k at 3:16 am (utc) on June 10, 2005]
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Also, might wanna have a look at Tavrida which is interesting, and OptiPerl (which I won't buy 'cos their trial version is so restrictive it barely functions - Gimme 30 days not this anal retentive piece of registry bloat - but I'll concede it does look useful).
As usual, different editors, different strengths, meaning own them all to cover your bases!