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"Opposed to you in this and other thread which you feel more like attacking me in a way rather that helping find the solution"

I've not "attacked" you in this thread, or any other that I can find. If you are going to accuse people of something at least provide some evidence...

You have been posting here longer than I have, you should know how this works by now, after all, many people have pointed out to you on more than one occasion that you would benefit from learning basic programming and computing skills, and putting more effort into your posts.

Update:

"I respect ikegami and his help to this and other threads of me was very insightfull."

After you said:

"Well maybe it was load s of fun to you but not for me. Folks at http://forums.devshed.com/perl-programming-6/weird-error-log-message-617961.html were able and did help me identify the error why you thought it was more appropriate to make fun of me. Nice job."

IMHO this isn't very "respectful"

Martin


In reply to Re^11: Weird error log message by marto
in thread Weird error log message by Nik

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