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Re: Learning/Using Perl on Linux

by samizdat (Vicar)
on Mar 01, 2005 at 14:29 UTC ( #435447=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Learning/Using Perl on Linux

One really important thing about computer programming is that you need to get your syntax correct before launching! It is only because human minds are so amazing that any sense at all can be made of your question. You will get much more help here and in other on-line resources if you spend the time to clean up your entry before posting. I can appreciate that English may not be your primary language, but it will be well worth your time to at least separate your thoughts into recognizable sentences. It is also more polite to create an identity and log in.

All that witching aside, welcome to our community! :-D
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[Corion]: Hmm. My overkill logging of transactions seems to bear fruit. I've built it in a way that the decision on every transaction must be logged, even if the transaction is just skipped, to prevent silent skips.
[Corion]: Now, three years in production, it found a situation (during development) where stuff was skipped without getting a log message.

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