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Re: img function in

by Anonyrnous Monk (Hermit)
on Feb 09, 2011 at 17:01 UTC ( #887238=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to img function in

td(img({-src=>'/css/ico/notepencil32.png', -alt=>'ahoj', -height=>'23' +, -width=>'23' -id=>'myid'})) + ^

You omitted the comma (so you're subtracting 'id' from 23...).

With warnings on, you'd have gotten "Argument "id" isn't numeric in subtraction (-) at ..."

Update: ...and this is for the downvoter, who was apparently too lazy to test himself:

$ perl -wMCGI=:standard -le"print img({-src=>'/css/ico/ +g', -alt=>'ahoj', -height=>'23', -width=>'23', -id=>'myid'})" <img height="23" src="/css/ico/notepencil32.png" id="myid" width="23" +alt="ahoj" />

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Re^2: img function in
by kosta (Sexton) on Feb 09, 2011 at 19:39 UTC
    oh gosh oh gosh! It is always the little things that get me. Always! In some ways I love vim, I hate it in others (would have never happened with eclipse)

      It would have been obvious with better layout in emacs with any perl mode too because the indentation breaks. I suspect vim has similar behavior. So just changing to shorter, more legible line widths will help on a couple of levels-

      img({ -src=>'/css/ico/notepencil32.png', -alt=>'ahoj', -height=>'23', -width=>'23' -id=>'myid'})

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