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Re: Pulling Punches

by Sandy (Deacon)
on Jul 12, 2011 at 15:33 UTC ( #913938=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Pulling Punches

Oh my!

Never thought I would ever reply to a post like this, yet here I am.

After much digging (I'm bored right now), I think that I might have figured out what you are going on about.

If I figured it out correctly, you have defined a new paradigm in HTML templating, which you think is super cool, and wow, and why isn't everyone using it. But, your code that parses this new templating system is not as efficient as you would like.

Here's the part that I think is rather interesting, from a human interaction point of view. You have thrown down a gauntlet. Your words:

IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO SEE IF ANY OF YOU ARE CODER ENOUGH TO WRITE AN IMPLEMENTATION OF THOSE RULES WHICH IS MORE EFFICIENT THAN MINE.
My interpretation: I am wonderful, I am smart, I bet you can't improve on what I have done. I dare you. I double dare you.

Why? My guess... If someone gets angry enough, they just might come up with some code that deals with your pardigm, and then... YOU DON'T HAVE TO.

Very sneaky. Almost smart.


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Re^2: Pulling Punches
by jdporter (Canon) on Jul 12, 2011 at 16:32 UTC

    Yeah, this guy gets a pretty high score on the Crackpot Index (when adjusted for computer science rather than physics).

    I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.

      Ah, it looks like I alluded to the Crackpot Index when we went around this whole thing four years ago. It seems that not much progress has been made. :-(

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