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Re: Calculate the overlap length between two ranges

by McA (Priest)
on Oct 30, 2013 at 12:11 UTC ( #1060349=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Calculate the overlap length between two ranges

Yes, there is. You're welcome.


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Re^2: Calculate the overlap length between two ranges
by marinersk (Priest) on Oct 30, 2013 at 13:17 UTC

    Given the many, many really good bits of advice I have seen you give, McA, I really have to ask -- are you feeling particularly feisty this morning?  :-)

    It's just that I don't recall you having a solid trend of picking on people for asking the wrong question. Or maybe I just never noticed it before?

Re^2: Calculate the overlap length between two ranges
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 30, 2013 at 12:17 UTC
    Is this your way of "helping" WcA? I wonder why you even bother spending this 30'' to write up a sentence to make fun of the others... Probably you need to get a life my friend.

      IMO, McA answered the question which was actually asked. That answer might (again, IMO) inspire the OP to try to ask "How do I...?" less sloppily.

      OTOH, this and/or this probably should have been the second para of his answer and would have been a more useful contribution than your snippy attempt to correct McA.
        WW, my question was rather adequately posed I think... I asked for a very specific thing, and if McA or anyone else was not willing to write actual code (which by the way I didn't ask specifically), he could have just pointed out the use of a module, as some other people kindly did...
        But making such ridiculous comments like "Yeah there is, goodbye", like we are 15 years old, I think it's not only not helping, but also undermining other people...
        Simply put, if you don't want, just don't answer and spare the preaching!!!! Don't make fun of the one's that post a question...

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