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Re: Node removal vs edit

by chromatic (Archbishop)
on Oct 29, 2001 at 00:44 UTC ( #121845=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Node removal vs edit

No, it's not appropriate to punish users for minor infractions of the largely unwritten rules. It is appropriate to offer helpful suggestions ("try Super Search", "use a module", "don't confuse map with for", "use CODE tags"), especially as a private message.

When submitting a node for consideration, be aware that your nickname is prepended to the reason. I encourage people to comment on potentially overzealous considerations.

Enforcing the percevied purity of the database is a rather lame goal compared to helping other programmers and building up a decent reference for posterity.

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[james28909]: well i have officially wore my brains out on hash refs and array refs and hash of arrays
[james28909]: push @{$hash{$ref}}, $this, $that, $the_other;
[james28909]: for 0 .. 3 {print $hash{$ref}}$_;
[james28909]: or i guess that is a hash ref
[james28909]: hash of array ref <.<
[james28909]: im also about to embark on porting the discord api to perl, without having to have 400 dependencies...
[james28909]: would be nice to link doscord to irc and other services

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