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Re^3: When can the character length of a Perl Scalar become an issue?

by philipbailey (Curate)
on Sep 22, 2023 at 09:03 UTC ( [id://11154588] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: When can the character length of a Perl Scalar become an issue?
in thread When can the character length of a Perl Scalar become an issue?

Yes, it's been a slow climb to (nearly) sainthood, and I probably should post more!

Thanks for remembering the singing career of my namesake!

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Re^4: When can the character length of a Perl Scalar become an issue?
by eyepopslikeamosquito (Archbishop) on Sep 22, 2023 at 11:03 UTC

    soon eyepops will be showing up and taking bets on your sanctification

    Challenge accepted! philipbailey, while astounded by your breathtaking four-octave vocal range and distinctive falsetto register, I admire your consistency and perseverance at Perl Monks even more ... and predict you'll reach coveted Sainthood here at 12:00 UTC on Sep 24 2023, after a heroic odyssey of fifteen years and eight months.

    LanX, here's your chance to win a second Nostradamus prize, just one week after your first. :)

      Jeez ... You are such an Easy Lover for this ;-)

      Look it's not really a fair experiment, there is an observer's paradox involved.

      And if I (or others) spent all their daily votes on him, he'd be pushed in a day.

      Also by further talking about "the coins to fall" we could try to provoke him into more posts soon.

      Taking all this into assumption, I also believe him "dancin' in September" over "the Chinese Wall" of 3000 XP.

      You said 24th, I'll say 27th. I doubt he's enjoying this publicity and will calmly wait for interesting posts to reply to.

      Cheers Rolf
      (addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
      see Wikisyntax for the Monastery