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Re^6: how perl interpreter works?

by soonix (Prior)
on Sep 28, 2013 at 05:08 UTC ( #1056098=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: how perl interpreter works?
in thread how perl interpreter works?

More than one of the google hits refer to this thread. The other half seem to relate to human interpreters translating between two languages in both directions (e.g. Perl to Machine language and back :-))

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[ambrus]: Today I accidentally cut my hand while carrying a computer. On the display part of the motherboard that sticks out at the back of the chasis and has ports, there's this thin metal sheet with holes cut for the ports, to guide plugs into the sockets.
[ambrus]: This sheet has sharp needle-like parts, 0.004 long and less than 0.001 wide, that can get bent to point outwards, and one of these cut into my palm when I lifted the box.
[ambrus]: So now when I choose what motherboard to buy for my new home computer, I have one more specific property to guide me. Useful, because there's so many different boards to choose from.
[Corion]: Well, no computer will start up without the blood sacrifice being made!
[Corion]: I used to cut me on PC cases, but they've gotten better or I don't let blood that easy anymore ;)

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