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Where I draw the line: I try not to deliberately offend without good reason. - remeber who said this?

BTW "Glancing at your highest rated nodes and looking for one that shows your level of Perl knowledge, I see Using a module more than once. This shows that you have fundamental misunderstandings about how Perl works, and shows that you are not in the habit of looking in perldoc first for answers."...Err no. It shows that a year ago he took what could definitly be called the wrong approach to something. Assuming anything else will....well i'm sure you've heard what assuming does to you right?


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In reply to Re^4: Want a million dollars? by eric256
in thread Want a million dollars? by kwaping

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