One reason I could think, you linked to a search but not an answer :)
The other, the exclamations (Hi!) are generally considered shouting, rude.
See RFC - shortform posting guidance for newcomers, Put some of the posting guidelines directly above the posting form:, Give a fish or teach to fish?
Consider splitting array in filehandling by a first time poster, very simple question covered in many FAQ, but there first response is what have you tried which is longer and took longer to write than the answer (fish) -- only time will tell if that poster will return -- we want him to return
See also Talk 9: On Fish
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