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Re^2: Perl Sorting One Liner

by educated_foo (Vicar)
on May 07, 2013 at 14:17 UTC ( #1032490=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perl Sorting One Liner
in thread Perl Sorting One Liner

This response is not just irrelevant; it is a near-farcical example of what is wrong with Perlmonks. What does the "strict and warnings" chant buy you in a one-liner? Does defining a constant FIRST as 0 improve the code? Why give an example using delimited fields when the OP is clearly using fixed-width ones?

You parrot some random tropes that will hopefully yield upvotes, but do nothing to answer the question.

Just another Perler interested in Algol Programming.


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Re^3: Perl Sorting One Liner
by Anonymous Monk on May 07, 2013 at 15:15 UTC
    Hurry up educated_foo, a few more helpful posts like this and you'll break 700 writeups by august
      I win a toaster-oven if I do that, right? Because that's the only reason I'm here.
      Just another Perler interested in Algol Programming.

        I win a toaster-oven if I do that, right? Because that's the only reason I'm here.

        Why are you here? For the tropes? For the upvotes? For the Algol?

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