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Re^3: correspondence between two arrays

by Lotus1 (Curate)
on Nov 24, 2011 at 22:22 UTC ( #939956=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread correspondence between two arrays

Your node is in reply to ansh batra yet you seem to be replying to anasuya. Are you confusing two similar sounding user ids or are you implying they are the same person? anasuya is the OP with only a few posts whereas ansh batra has over 60 posts in four months. Maybe people are downvoting an eager beaver who is muddying the water with not great advice after good advice has already been given.

I also don't like to downvote newcomers if they are making a good effort and actually listen to helpful suggestions.

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