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As one of the parties involved I was bit bothered when I saw this posted. But didn't feel the need to post. While it shouldn't have been posted, you do have every right to post what you want. As the first person who attempted the Chatterbox Archive ( to my knowledge ) I wasn't told it was forbidden, I was simply asked not to as a matter of being polite. You can post what you, but you'll have to expect reprocussion from the other monks.

It's good of you to take it down as there are no specific rules to dictate you doing so. I don't think merlyn or anyone else has the right to tell to take it down, and hope that the others asked you to take it down instead of demanding.

On any hand, thank you for being considerate of the wishes of others.

Macphisto

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In reply to RE: Java vs. Perl from the CB (no CB log included) by Macphisto
in thread Java vs. Perl from the CB (no CB log included) by jptxs

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