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Re^2: How can one initialize the scalar $reg_no in hash element?

by supriyoch_2008 (Monk)
on Apr 03, 2013 at 02:03 UTC ( #1026767=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How can one initialize the scalar $reg_no in hash element?
in thread How can one initialize the scalar $reg_no in hash element?

Hi Anonymous Monk,

Thanks for the code. It works nicely and has solved my problem. Should I face any difficulty in understanding any part of the script, I shall get back to you.

With regards,

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[Corion]: Also, is it impossible in the general case, but doable in your specific case, maybe? I find that working through a counterexample usually makes people see the light
[Corion]: Uiiih! Let's Encrypt will start issuing wildcard certificates, that's cool!
[ambrus]: Corion: no, backwards. It's possible in the general case, but not in the specific case of bad data we have. Which is why it's harder to explain.
[marto]: that reminds me, to donate...
[ambrus]: If it was possible in this specific case, then the burden to argue for that would be his.

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