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And Saint Merlyn raised the Holy Code on high, saying "Oh Lord Wall, please bless this thy Holy Hand Grenade of Perl code, so that thine followers' processes may be blown to bits, in thy mercy." And The Lord Wall did grin, and the people did feast on the lambs, and stoats, and orangutans, and fruit bats, and large chu-- ...

(Skipping ahead a bit ...)

And the Lord Wall spake "Three shall be the number of the segfaults, and the number of the segfaults shall be three. Four shall there not be, neither shall there be two, unless thou then proceedst to make segfault three. Five is right out!

...

Oh, I've had enough of this. I always wanted to be ... a lumberjack!!!

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- Dave "the King" Wilson


In reply to Had to vote for 3 by tbone1
in thread The number of ways I've independently discovered to make Perl segfault: by Petruchio

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