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Re^3: if or die!

by polettix (Vicar)
on Mar 01, 2008 at 22:47 UTC ( #671435=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: if or die!
in thread if or die!

I would gladly link these together. I don't know how to do that.
Need Help?? Linking on PerlMonks - What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information?, How do I link to nodes on this site by title?, How do I link to a node on this site by number?...

Regarding the general style, Posting on PerlMonks can probably help.

perl -ple'$_=reverse' <<<ti.xittelop@oivalf

Io ho capito... ma tu che hai detto?

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Re^4: if or die!
by wcj75019 (Acolyte) on Mar 02, 2008 at 17:58 UTC
    You need to be a webmaster just to post here. I tried a few tags and none worked for just simple paragraphs. I looked at the properties. Still no good. Thanks.

      No you don't.

      In fact, your comment

      I tried a few tags and none worked for just simple paragraphs.

      seems to reflect a lack of even a rudimentary understanding of html (and there's not, in this case, any variance between standard 4.01 and the (sometimes) specialized sub- and -superset used here... and easily available to anyone who choses to follow the links in the "Information" nodelet which appears on all (most?) PM pages.

      In other words, you don't "need to be a webmaster;" you just need to make the effort (and have the courtesy) to read the site documents.

      Try Perl Monks Approved HTML tags, the tips at the bottom of each text-entry box, and Writeup Formatting Tips.

      And don't whine about the results of what appears to be your failure to do so.

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[Corion]: Oh yay. I wonder why a very simple change in a program doesn't elicit a diff, and now I see that my diff program seems to have a bug ;)
[1nickt]: marto thanks for asking, so far so good. A pretty modern stack and decent procedures, although rather too much home-built stuff (e.g. a logging role that should tries to duplicate Log::Any).
[Corion]: No. It's just that I'm comparing the same output file twice, instead of comparing the output files of the two runs %-)
[Corion]: Lo and behold, running a program with the correct input files yields the correct (and expected) output. Yay me.
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