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Re: Re: Re: Tutorial suggestion: split and join

by mildside (Friar)
on Aug 29, 2003 at 04:34 UTC ( #287585=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Tutorial suggestion: split and join
in thread Tutorial suggestion: split and join

The 'delimet' (sic) spelling error still persists in a heading.

Cheers!

Update: I see you fixed the heading but the error also still exists in '...same thing as specifying no delimeter at all' and in the credits section.

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Tutorial suggestion: split and join
by mildside (Friar) on Aug 29, 2003 at 05:25 UTC
    More nit-picking: You may want to consider a spell check next time since you also incorrectly spelt the following (correct spellings shown): preceding, boundary, boundaries, parenthesis and behaviour.

    Cheers!

      Thanks again. Must be something about my first shot at a tutorial, while at the same time trying to remember to use proper tags (<code>, etc.), while at the same time discussing a highly technical subject... my spelling digressed fifteen years. You would think I was a product of outcome based education.

      Anyway, spell check is in order next time, assuming I emerge from this experience still alive and eager to do it again.

      Your comments are appreciated. As I said before, hopefully someone will find this useful. I still maintain that, once the kinks are worked out, it's more detailed than the original.

      Dave

      "If I had my life to do over again, I'd be a plumber." -- Albert Einstein

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