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[Lady_Aleena]Why did I retrieve the ball with the bell my cat seems to enjoy kicking around from under my dresser?

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[MidLifeXis]jedikaiti - had a friend in college with a similar setup. deskside support function, so roaming to ppls desks throughout the day $mgr wanted them to post on their whiteboard where they were at all times so they could be found.
[ambrus]can't they just call you on a mobile phone if they can't find you?
[erix]some employers deserve to be fired
[MidLifeXis]This included restroom breaks. "Filing" became an euphamism.
[MidLifeXis]MidLifeXis docks his spellchecker a day's pay.
[atcroft]erix: Some of them aren't employers... not from that condition of servitude.... :(
[MidLifeXis]Cell phones are a fairly "recent" invention. Pagers might have been more appropriate :-)
[Lady_Aleena]Lady_Aleena read "spellchecker" as "spellcaster".
[MidLifeXis]Also reminds me of the "modern" office where your location is tracked via rfid to be able to route phone calls to wherever you happen to be sitting at the time.
[MidLifeXis]Nomadic workers. Clustering in a sea of tables around a banner for their currently assigned project.
[Lady_Aleena]Serious blonde moment here. The best way to get the last item of any array without damaging the array is $array[-1] right?
[Lady_Aleena]...and thanks. I thought it was the best way, I guess I was having a self doubt moment as well.
[karlgoethebier]perl -MData::Dump -E '@x=(1..10);say $x-1;dd\@x' 10 1 .. 10
[karlgoethebier]it's still alive
[Lady_Aleena]karlgoethebier, code tags please?
[RonW]++Lady_Aleena - read "spellchecker" as "spellcaster".
[karlgoethebier]strange formatting
[Lady_Aleena]karlgoethebier, I think you meant perl -MData::Dump -E '@x=(1..10);say $x[-1];dd\@x' 10 [1 .. 10].
[Lady_Aleena]karlgoethebier, everything between [] will be made into links to nodes.
[karlgoethebier]Lady_Aleena: yep. missed it
[RonW]In my $office, our desk phones use the office ethernet, so we can take them into a test lab and our calls will follow us. Alternately, we can use a VOIP app on our PCs to receive our phone calls
[Lady_Aleena]...or you could type perl -MData::Dump -E '@x=(1..10);say $x○[-1]dd\@x' 10 ○[1 .. 10] to get ... perl -MData::Dump -E '@x=(1..10);say $x○[-1]dd\@x' 10 ○[1 .. 10] I hope.
[Lady_Aleena]I guess not.
[karlgoethebier]Lady_Aleena:must i really ;-)
[Lady_Aleena]karlgoethebier, my "... you could type..." futzed badly for some reason.

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