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Re^4: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

by erroneousBollock (Curate)
on Oct 04, 2007 at 07:33 UTC ( #642587=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
in thread Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?

Like it or not, my comments are not based on ignorant or inexperience...
They seem to be based on some irrational compulsion to make others dislike you.

I am also a Perl guy, and have higher XP than you and vast majority here do, believe or not.
We don't; moving on...

Obviously I won't tell you the other ids that I have used and still using.
I haven't seen anyone else posting with your particular incarnation of broken grammar or with your elitist attitude. (Perhaps others have?)

Like it or not, my comments are not based on ignorant or inexperience... I am also a Perl guy, and have higher XP than you and vast majority here do, believe or not. Obviously I won't tell you the other ids that I have used and still using.

Update: I just checked your numbers, with 2400+ posts, you only got 19K+ points... I obviously managed to get more points with less writeups.

Do you want a medal?

IIUC XP points are calculated based on how often you log in, how much you vote, and how your posts are voted on; there's no direct correspondence with post popularity.

-David


Comment on Re^4: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
Re^5: Are programmers getting too lazy for perl?
by Cop on Oct 04, 2007 at 18:19 UTC

    I got my medal already - the XP points I got with other ids.

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