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Re: Re(2): Encryption Modules on CPAN

by MZSanford (Curate)
on Dec 12, 2002 at 14:03 UTC ( #219321=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re(2): Encryption Modules on CPAN
in thread encryption

  • Point taken. i did provide a link.
  • Were the question "How do i use Crypt::Blah", i would have had no problem.
  • I don't care if things are mis-spelled, or in poor grammer ... whatever your first language. I do not downvote for that.
  • I like short, but i also like to know i am not doing someone homework.

I see alot of people in the CB wondering why they got downvoted for this or that, and i thought it was friendly to let people know, so they don't wonder. <sarcasm> I see i was mistaken ... i will downvote as an Anonymous Coward from here on out. <sarcasm>


from the frivolous to the serious


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Re: Re: Re(2): Encryption Modules on CPAN
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 12, 2002 at 15:46 UTC
    Thanks, I think it was very unfair for you to downvote me. First of all, I am new to Perl. I had a bad experience with cgi.pm and later on decided that cause of the problem. I found cgi.pm may have a problem parsing "~" in web address field. After that i am bit careful about using any *.pm Encryption/Decryption is a tiny part of code that I am working on. I really did not want to write alot. I realized it would be useful to obtain someone's small, not so serious encryption/decryption code. If you have looked at anyother posts of mine, you would realize that I did indeed go on to explain in details. Anyhow, thanks for your help!

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