Web Programming SECRETS with HTML, CGI, and Perl
by Tittel, Gaither, et al. (IDG Books Worldwide)

"A missing semicolon somewhere in the body of the script generates errors that appear to be totally unrelated to the missing semicolon and on lines far afield from where it is missing."

- This applies to mostly any programming language which includes semicolons

"Never underestimate the value of thinking about a project, rather than plugging away when you may not be mentally prepared."

- On design phase and coding phases of HTML/CGI/Perl programming

"Every language has its weaknesses; there may be certain jobs that it just can't do, and the end of the planning phase and beginning of the coding phase is not the right time to find that out."

- This can apply to almost ANY programming language

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