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Re: proposal for the Claerification Code section

by Flexx (Pilgrim)
on Sep 26, 2002 at 18:06 UTC ( #200977=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to proposal for the Clarification Code section

Hi Discipulus!

You have a good point. I also think that a section where "moderated" code would go might be a sound addition to the monasteries' libraries. Those writeups could have a before/after section at the very top, or even a diff history or something..

Oh, but I didn't want to dwelve into my imagination -- I just wanted to point you to The Perl Cookbook by the great Tom Christiansen and Nathan Torkington, since this might provide you with the kind of information you're looking for: Examples of how to make Perl shine...

Also check out the Q&A section. There are a lot of receipes, and "how to" questions, too. To request critique on your own code output, you can always use the code and/or SOPW sections...

So long,

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[ambrus]: wait. I understand no wife and children, but how do you not have to pay for a house?
[hippo]: I had a low-paid job about 20 years ago and seriously considered going down to a 3-day week. Would have worked 60% of the time for about 80% of the cash.
[Corion]: ambrus: Well, I pay rent, but don't own a house with variable/ unforeseeable costs
[hippo]: The thesholds/benefits balance at the time was nuts.
[hippo]: But that doesn't last because, you know ... politicians. :(
[Corion]: hippo: Yeah, if you still get enough money to get by and don't have expensive hobbies or other fixed costs that can work out well
[ambrus]: ah good. I pay only rent too. but that still costs significant money.
[Corion]: ambrus: Yes, but that is already budgeted for

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