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Re^2: Execute code after session expire

by sundialsvc4 (Abbot)
on Apr 24, 2014 at 16:01 UTC ( #1083639=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Execute code after session expire
in thread Execute code after session expire

You may, of course, presume that where I said HTML, I clearly meant HTTP.   I really don’t think that this needed to be clarified.   Now, folks, the only reason why someone opens a thread on a forum is to get an answer to his question or a solution to his problem.   If the response is technically incomplete or incorrect, address the response but ignore the respondent.   Please stay on-point.   If what you have to say is merely that you don’t like someone-else who posted a response to the same thread, and wish that he would just go away so that you can pleasantly hear only yourselves talk, then, “we already know that, so please don’t.”   (Maybe he doesn’t like you too much, either, and I frankly don’t want to read such garbage in any thread anywhere.   Everyone has a nose and an opinion, but I usually don’t want to read what comes from either one.)   That sort of thing is not advancing the conversation at hand, or the purpose of the site.


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Re^3: Execute code after session expire
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 24, 2014 at 16:13 UTC
    " I really don.t think that this needed to be clarified." But you came her eto do that any way. "Now, folks, the only reason why someone opens a thread on a forum is to get an answer to his question or a solution to his problem" You fail to provider either, just post after post of nonsense. " If the response is technically incomplete or incorrect, address the response but ignore the respondent." You ignore anyone who proves you are wrong. " That sort of thing is not advancing the conversation at hand, or the purpose of the site. " Nor does any of your input here.
Re^3: Execute code after session expire
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 24, 2014 at 16:49 UTC

    You made the error before and were corrected. You did not fix that node, or even acknowledge the correction. Instead, you repeated the exact same error in the above node, and you haven't corrected that node either.

    Experienced monks obviously know you meant HTTP, but people asking questions here may not. Does a misleading answer that sounds knowledgeable "advance the purpose of the site"?

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