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Congratulations to the last person who voted this simple request down. I've had it with the trolls, votebots, and general decline of civilization of PM. I'm outta here.

I downvoted this node on general principle as soon as i read those lines. Then i was extremely surprised to see the rep of the node at 109. Granted, you (jcwren) have been a reg for the year and a half that i've been coming around here, and you've written some amazing code. But posting a question asking someone else to write code based on an elaborate spec of your own design is not (in my opinion) a node that deserves a reputation this high. i'm sure this node would have been downvoted into oblivion except for the following:


  • A well known monk posted it
  • It was posted in the monastery gates (which everyone knows inflates the rep of a post)
  • A well known monk complained (in bold) that the node was downvoted, which i'm sure led some people to sympathetically ++ it
  • </l>

    So i downvoted you just because I can. Which may be childish, but who cares? xp are imaginary points that are redeemable for nothing; what does it matter if your xp goes from 7002 to 7001?


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    In reply to Re: Extract numbers in multiple bases by BlueLines
    in thread Extract numbers in multiple bases by jcwren

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