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Re: Re: How long have you been using Perl?

by t'mo (Pilgrim)
on May 26, 2004 at 21:10 UTC ( #356733=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Here it is in French. I don't speak French, but the picture said it all. (The fish's version sounded a little funny in places.) Another thing I saw after googling for that was a reference to Wired '96, but I don't see where they have stuff archived....

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Re: Re: Re: How long have you been using Perl?
by talexb (Canon) on May 27, 2004 at 05:32 UTC

    Yeah, that's the story .. the photo I remember showed more of the guy (bald head, no shirt?) and less of the tatoo, but that is definitely the story. Glad to hear my memory is going on me. Very cool.

    Alex / talexb / Toronto

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[Corion]: You could even do the calculation directly - my $duration = $H * 3600+ $M*60 + $S; strftime '%H:%M:%S', timelocal($duratio n)
[Corion]: (and that strftime call is largely superfluous too, converting back to H:M:S isn't hard either)
[gnosti]: Corion: Thanks. Going to seconds, then back to H:M:S using strftime looks good.
[gnosti]: True, it's easy to go both ways ;-)
[marioroy]: kcott found the link.

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