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Re: how to fetch 1,2,3, from chapter

by ww (Archbishop)
on Apr 27, 2013 at 01:44 UTC ( #1030904=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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  1. or download this
    #!/usr/bin/perl
    use 5.016;
    # 1030798ALT
    ...
        # } elsif ( $1 == (1 + $#num) ){
        print "$chapter $num";
    } 
    

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[thezip]: Heya tye!
[tye]: hey, thezip!
[RonW]: Hi, tye, thezip
[RonW]: I see useless errors liek that from Perl programs, too.
[tye]: well, you certainly don't see strack traces with all of the values removed from Perl.
[thezip]: Howdy RonW. Not in *my* logfiles you won't!
[tye]: and I never claimed anything about 100% on either side.
[RonW]: Presumably because the coders didn't realize that die and warn will append line number and file when the message strings doesn'r end with a line terminator
[tye]: And these are popular and not new python projects.
[thezip]: I had a user complain that they didn't receive an email from one of my processes. I went to the logfile and reproduced the entire contents of the email they would have received. Not my problem.

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