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Well in my case as a new Friar, ím allways afraid of frontpaging something and somebody would say "Why this guy frontpaged this?, iīll make him pay by downvote him all his writeups!", i know maybe iīts a little bit paranoic (right now i am hopping that you donīt downvote me!).
I realize that when i started my Perl knowledge and XP journey, I dreamed about the day when i could upload an Image and later could frontpage a node, but now that i can do both, i preffer to be a little bit shy that unleash all those newbie wishes.(I think my english became a little bit confused!).

Well thatīs all, what i wanted to say was that when i entered to Perlmonks, i knew i were going to learn Perl, but i realize that it has even teached me patience!

I remember my Commodore 64 game "ACE", that if you touched a key before the whole game was loaded (almost 15 minutes in my dataset) it showed a message:

"Patience is a virtue"

And it restarted the Commodore!

Thanks to all those who are helping me learn!

Edgardo

In reply to Re: Am I a power-mad Friar? by NAstyed
in thread Am I a power-mad Friar? by RMGir

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