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(alakaboo) RE: (2) /msh brainpan the whole world is reading this!

by mwp (Hermit)
on Nov 12, 2000 at 21:34 UTC ( #41201=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to (jcwren) RE: /msh brainpan the whole world is reading this!
in thread /msh brainpan the whole world is reading this!

So can we make it an option in the user settings*? I agree with brainpan: this is one amusing PM oddity (and see this for how I feel about them) can be awkward at best, annoying at worst. If someone with strict chatterboxing (jabborwocking?) wants to "make a funny" he or she can just escape the command and get the intended effect. Of course, this means some poor sap has to code it, but that's not my problem! {eg}

And shouldn't you escape that command with a backslash? I mean, after all, this is perlmonks...

Alakaboo

* I avoided the obligatory use strict 'Chatterbox'; joke. Or tried, at any rate.

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[LanX]: Eily I'm duing this constantly with people from rival cities ...MUCHO fun!
[Eily]: The best example of that is the TGV, they couldn't decide who would get it so it's in the middle of nowhere halfway between the two
[LanX]: Eily: that rings a bell
[erix]: interesting difference, I suppose they use different data/routes (and shorter seems better, no?)
[LanX]: Montabaur station
[erix]: (I used http://afstandmete n.nl/ )
LanX The stations of Limburg Süd and Montabaur, which are approximately 20 km apart, ...

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