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Re5: Efficient processing of large directory

by dragonchild (Archbishop)
on Oct 02, 2003 at 17:53 UTC ( #295992=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Efficient processing of large directory
in thread Efficient processing of large directory

Because I'm not answering the original question. I'm answering the question "What's the difference between for and while?". In that context (which was obvious from the followup question), does my post make sense?

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[ambrus]: 1nickt: the tea didn't have sugar or honey or lemon or milk. or even caffeine in a significant quantity. it's really "colored water", warm water with some fruit smell to make it more pleasant than ordinary warm water.
[ambrus]: 1nickt: in theory, it shouldn't hurt the electronics, but also could temporarily cause problems until it dries, and the inside of the keyboard doesn't dry quickly, because it's closed.
[ambrus]: 1nickt: that's the theory. the theory is also that it should have dried by Sunday morning, but it didn't. so I dunno.
[ambrus]: I'll try today evening if it works now.

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