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Re^2: how to sort string in perl

by Priti24 (Novice)
on Dec 05, 2012 at 11:36 UTC ( #1007273=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: how to sort string in perl
in thread how to sort string in perl

thnks 4 help.... i need this on urgent basis thats why i wrote this... if u can't reply then there is no need of your comments.


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Re^3: how to sort string in perl
by rovf (Priest) on Dec 05, 2012 at 11:44 UTC
    i need this on urgent basis thats why i wrote this... if u can't reply then there is no need of your comments.
    If you want a reply, you need to define what's your problem. I assume you are not looking for somebody to write the whole program for you, so presumably you have come to some point, and don't know how to continue from there. But without knowing at which point you are stuck, how could anybody possibly help you?


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Re^3: how to sort string in perl
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 05, 2012 at 13:06 UTC

    thnks 4 help.... i need this on urgent basis thats why i wrote this... if u can't reply then there is no need of your comments

    Where are you interviewing?

Re^3: how to sort string in perl
by blue_cowdawg (Monsignor) on Dec 05, 2012 at 13:56 UTC
        if u can't reply then there is no need of your comments.

    Snarky comments like that are no way to engender in the Monks here any sort of desire to help you. I, for one, am offended by your attitude. This is a peer reviewed "forum", for a lack of better word, where the practice of good Perl coding is furthered. It is not your personal help desk.

    If you had attempted to solve the problem yourself and posted your code explaining what went wrong you'd get more help than by just saying "I want to write code to predict the stock market out to the year 2115, where do I start?"

    For further guidance I'd suggest you read the tutorials at Understanding and Using PerlMoks especially this article. If you follow those guidelines you'll find the Monastery a much friendlier place.


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