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Re^3: Compare Inventory to Database and Vice-Versa

by Hellhound4 (Novice)
on Mar 22, 2012 at 00:44 UTC ( #960900=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Compare Inventory to Database and Vice-Versa
in thread Compare Inventory to Database and Vice-Versa

On a different note... Is there a way to edit my own reply's? I see where to edit my post. But not my replys.


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Re^4: Compare Inventory to Database and Vice-Versa
by GrandFather (Cardinal) on Mar 22, 2012 at 01:13 UTC

    If you click on the title of your reply (which is a link) you will get the same style edit page as you do for your original node.

    As a (related) aside, if you make substantive changes to any of your nodes please ensure that you flag the changes so it is clear the content has changed. And please avoid deleting stuff because that often renders replies meaningless.

    True laziness is hard work
      Ah! Thank you. So a serious Perl question. If I do make and test this on my linux machine what kind of headache am I looking at to deploy it on the windows machines at work. They'll be running Strawberry Perl.

        (...) make and test this on my linux machine what kind of headache am I looking at to deploy it on the windows machines at work. They'll be running Strawberry Perl.

        If you write Perl and do not rely on OS specific external programmes and oddities, chances are very good that it will run on Windows and Linuxes without quirks or changes in the code.

        However, if your choice was to use OS specific features the special variable ^$O yields the name of the OS and helps with that, too.

        Cheers, Sören

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