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Here's my bit

by aquitaine (Novice)
on Oct 08, 2003 at 01:01 UTC ( #297440=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to The number of ways I've independently discovered to make Perl segfault:

perl -wle ' print unpack ("p*", "202.54.9.1");' Null terminated string pointer , got it by accident.

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Re: Here's my bit
by FabsBSD (Acolyte) on Oct 08, 2003 at 23:10 UTC
    I've never crashed it, I mainly use Perl in *nix :-P, even using sockets and TCP/IP stuff, maybe Im just too conservative while coding

      Me thinks I am also to conservative while coding to create such errors. They are definitely cool to check out and figure out why they do what they do.

      Personally for me, it gives me a greater understanding of what is actually happening behind the scenes. Sorry no new code!

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[Discipulus]: and milano is our mitteleuropa part..
[choroba]: then an old man came who had a valid ticket to the same compartment and they fought
[Corion]: hippo: Yeah, I might take that one so I don't get out of London too late if it comes to that ;)
[choroba]: she called carabinieri, the train had to stop and we had to testify to them. But we didn't miss the plane in the end.
[karlgoethebier]: good morning *
[Discipulus]: miracle choroba! and unbelivalbe carabinieri understood you
[choroba]: They even sent me a letter whether I'd be willing to come to Milano to testify in the court
[choroba]: I replied with "yes" but the trial never happened
[Discipulus]: dont be so sure choroba.. 11 years is not too long for an Eatalian judgement
[choroba]: I've moved to Prague in the meantime, they can't reach me anymore :-)

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