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Re^7: Open txt file using default program on Windows (don't feed them)

by Jim (Curate)
on Jun 18, 2013 at 07:19 UTC ( #1039524=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: Open txt file using default program on Windows (don't feed them)
in thread Open txt file using default program on Windows

I had just discovered this 2012 thread in PerlMonks Discussion, which I wish I'd read much earlier. Very enlightening reading. I didn't "fall into the trap." I confess:  I set it. ;-)

Plz take it as a compliment that I'm asking you to be the smart one who stops it...

You saw this final post, right? I expected this absurd non sequitur to make it fairly obvious to veteran PerlMonks what I'd just done. I certainly proved my conjecture—at least to myself. ;-)


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Re^8: Open txt file using default program on Windows (don't feed them)
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 18, 2013 at 07:31 UTC

    make it fairly obvious to veteran PerlMonks what I'd just done

    I don't get it, what do you think you had just done?

      I demonstrated that BrowserUk is an arrogant bully and a relentless arguer, but that he can easily be led by the nose by someone who isn't as intelligent as he is and who lacks his rhetorical prowess. Oh, and I also demonstrated that all his devoted sycophants will follow right behind him.

        I demonstrated that BrowserUK is an arrogant bully, but that he can easily be led by the nose by someone who isn't as intelligent as he is and who lacks his rhetorical prowess. Oh, and I also demonstrated that all his devoted sycophants will follow right behind him.

        Could have fooled me, I think you demonstrated more than that, but very little about him

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