We have presented two techniques to extend your Perl code with the power of other languages (the C language in particular, but Inline.pm lets you embed other languages as well).
If you find that some sections of your code are better written in other languages that may make them more efficient, it may be worth experimenting. Don't blindly use Perl to solve all your problems—some problems are better solved in other languages. The more languages you know, the better.
Because Perl is so good at gluing other languages into itself, you don't necessarily have to choose between Perl and other languages to solve a problem. You can use Perl and other languages together to get the best out of them all.
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