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Perl Monks polls generally

by vroom (Pope)
on Aug 22, 2000 at 01:34 UTC ( #28922=poll: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

vote on Perl Monks polls generally

Are dumb
[bar] 22/11%
Are missing the options I desire
[bar] 53/27%
Refuse to go away
[bar] 49/25%
Are indicative of vroom's _____centric world view
[bar] 75/38%
199 total votes
Comment on Perl Monks polls generally
RE: Perl Monks polls generally
by Adam (Vicar) on Aug 22, 2000 at 01:46 UTC
    This poll is missing the option I desire.
E) All of the above.
by Mork29 (Scribe) on Aug 22, 2000 at 05:30 UTC
    How i've longed for such an option....
      F) None of the above.
        Tou Che..........
RE: Perl Monks polls generally
by wombat (Curate) on Aug 22, 2000 at 12:14 UTC
    But then "Other" would always win. Some restrictions need apply. When the question is silly however, there's usually a single correct answer which seems to fit just right. ~W
RE: Perl Monks polls generally
by Nitsuj (Hermit) on Aug 22, 2000 at 18:26 UTC
    A paradigm. They are a paradigm.

    Just Another Perl Backpacker
RE: Perl Monks polls generally
by FiReWaLL (Scribe) on Aug 22, 2000 at 21:44 UTC

    I don't see any optimistic option in this pool. So, this pool doesn't have the option I desire :)


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RE: Perl Monks polls generally
by kirbyk (Friar) on Aug 24, 2000 at 04:44 UTC
    I hadn't previously been aware that vroom had an underscore-centric worldview - and particularly not a multi-underscore-centric worldview. This probably comes from a background of excessive C coding, as opposed to the funkyCaps-centric worldview that others enjoy.

    I'm still disappointed he didn't go to Linux World Expo in drag.

    -- Kirby

    Tuxtops: Laptops with Linux!

      They are called camelCaps (because of the hump in the middle, not because of any relation to Perl), though this may just be local usage (and if so it deserves to catch on).

              - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")
        camelCaps are also known as Hungarian Notation among VB developers in particular...comes from combining a 3-letter abbreviation in front of a variable or function name that denotes what the object is, and then camelCapping(?) the words together so:
        strSomeExampleString = "An example string."
        The term Hungarian comes from Microsoft programmer Charles Simonyi, who used it at Microsoft, and encouraged it's use in VB, and happens to be Hungarian. Plus, he would joke that it kind of looks like Hungarian...

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