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Re: anonymous hashes as arguments in Tk

by stefp (Vicar)
on Jul 11, 2002 at 00:09 UTC ( #180914=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to anonymous hashes as arguments in Tk

my answer was bogus. Please vote for node deletion. Odd, I am downvoted since I removed the bogus solution and I posted the disclaimer, when "bogus answer" was upvoted So this node is here to say so let's try to make something out of it . How can a node with removal asked by the author itself can stay. Thanks to ichimunki, I got the answer. NodeReaper loose in the monastery says it all:
In order for a node to be reaped it needs to have a negative reputation, 5 deletes votes from the nodes to consider and 2 less keep votes.

I got as of today 4 keep votes, and this number cannot go down. so that node is here to say to haunt my memory and say "please think thrice before hitting submit"


Update: tye asks at (tye)Re: why a nodelet can be kept against author wish? not to erase my mistakes but to mark them as mistakes and comment it so people can learn from them.

So after much fuss, here is my contraption^Wcontrition: I proposed to use tied to access some data structures when there were not ties involved but mere class instances.


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Re: Re: anonymous hashes as arguments in Tk
by herveus (Parson) on Jul 12, 2002 at 15:19 UTC
    Howdy!

    Unless we timed it just right, we don't know what the bogus answer was or why it was bogus.

    Having the original answer available with an explanation of its bogosity could be quite illuminating, or at least entertaining on the cheap. I'd be inclined to ++ such a node on the grounds of cluefulness...

    yours,
    Michael

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