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by dthacker (Deacon)
on Mar 06, 2000 at 23:30 UTC ( #4945=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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This fall I'm refereeing youth soccer games. It's been a learning experience in the the way that boys, girls, and adults approach competition.

Then

I accidentally bumped into computers while trying to become an accountant. I was hooked immediately. My first language was PL/C. I then learned Fortran and then COBOL.

After awhile, I ended up managing a warehouse with a computer running something called SCO Xenix and a database called Informix. Hmmmm very tasty! It absolutely blew my mind to see 8 users running programs on Wyse 30's off of one IBM AT.

Now

I'm a sysadmin for a retail company based in Omaha, Nebraska. After a few years away from perl, I'm coming back home.

This week I...

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Discipulus shutdown and logoff seem untrappable by Perl on win. But it is in Cygwin. but i cannot switch to it
[choroba]: It has the widest rear seats space available in the same price category - needed for the 3 kids.
Discipulus families growth is related to price of cars nowadays..
[choroba]: price of anything, unfortunately
[Discipulus]: yes, unfortunately.
[Corion]: Discipulus: you can "easily" trap shutdown/logoff in a Win32::GUI application by capturing and responding to the appropriate message

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