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Re^12: how to unicode filenames?

by perl-diddler (Hermit)
on Jul 03, 2012 at 19:32 UTC ( #979762=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^11: how to unicode filenames?
in thread how to unicode filenames?

What the person posted here was.

i.e. "the one person A (me) thought was especially good" was thought to be among the worst..."by person b.

It's like Worf believing that prune juice is a warrior drink, when it is more often associated as a natural laxative more often used by the elderly and infirm.

He held not just a slightly different view of something than the people around him -- but VERY opposite -- something for a Warrior.

Definition of irony:

irony/ˈīrənē/
Noun:
The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
In this case the person posting was doing so more for emphatic effect, but it was still humorous, that I need to explain this, reminds me of Picard attempting to explain humor to Data.

In case you were wondering, that's also an ironic statement. *stiffled giggle*

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Re^13: how to unicode filenames?
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 03, 2012 at 20:05 UTC

    What the person posted here was. i.e. "the one person A (me) thought was especially good" was thought to be among the worst..."by person b.

    You can link to the posting you're talking about you know  [id://979046|Re^8: how to unicode filenames?] -> Re^8: how to unicode filenames?

    It's like Worf believing that prune juice is a warrior drink, when it is more often associated as a natural laxative more often used by the elderly and infirm.

    LOL!

    Worf is a warrior, so whatever he drinks, is by definition a warrior drink

    The laxative effects are extremely exaggerated, and the juice tastes like plumbs (great).

    he expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite ... that I need to explain this, reminds me of Picard attempting to explain humor to Data.

    Only one problem, it did not signify the opposite, ie it wasn't ironic.

    You think the article is great. autarch thinks the article is bad. Your Mother thinks the article is bad. Your Mother uses autarch's comment to emphasize just how bad the article , without calling you stupid.

      Only one problem, it did not signify the opposite, ie it wasn't ironic. You think the article is great. autarch thinks the article is bad.
      Now you are just trying to screw w/my head (or else you are dumber and anyone ever thought:

      You just said "I think article is great, autarch (whoever they are) thinks the article is bad. How is great != the opposite of bad?

      Do you really believe bad isn't the opposite sense of 'great'?....

        Only one problem, it did not signify the opposite, ie it wasn't ironic. You think the article is great. autarch thinks the article is bad. Now you are just trying to screw w/my head (or else you are dumber and anyone ever thought: You just said "I think article is great, autarch (whoever they are) thinks the article is bad. How is great != the opposite of bad? Do you really believe bad isn't the opposite sense of 'great'?....

        Are you now trying to say you think the article is bad?

        That still doesn't make Your Mothers comment ironic.

        Nice try at turning the tables.

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[stevieb]: Marshall: no. I commented on the thread yesterday. Visual Studio updates the tags ok, but corrupts the exe
[stevieb]: I advised the OP that a possible workaround would be to add a version function/flag that displays the required copyright/license info instead
[Marshall]: Darn! I'll look at the thread. Must not be updatinga byte count somewhere. The .exe format is a complex critter.
[stevieb]: that way, it's still "hard coded" into the exe at least, despite not being visible via Properties
[Marshall]: I also looked into PerlApp from Active State, but they don't sell their Dev Kit independent of a very expensive ($1,200) per year license anymore.
[Corion]: I would assume that the PE format hasn't changed that much since the days of yore, but it seems that I would be wrong in that assumption
[Marshall]: When I bought my copy 15+ years ago, it was just a couple hundred bucks.
[Marshall]: I looked at MS specs for PE format and I didn't see any changes in last decade, but evidenly that would be wrong.

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