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Re^2: Stupid mistakes I repeatedly make

by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 28, 2005 at 20:51 UTC ( #442950=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Stupid mistakes I repeatedly make
in thread Stupid mistakes I repeatedly make

I'm the other way. I don't like things being in @_ unless they need to be passed down. In addition, in terms of english, I prefer the paralel structure of using shift multiple times. You'll often see me write:
my($n,$m,$o) = (shift,shift,shift);
which I think is rather elegant... in addition, having to add another shift when I add another variable of input (if I do) generally makes me think over the results and implementation of adding one, which is good :)

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[Discipulus]: and anyway we have CB where every (democratic) opinion can be expressed
erix eat the rich!
[1nickt]: I do think it is sad that roho has received 3 downvotes for his polite request, as did I when I objected to the profanity in stonecolddevin's sig. I upvoted both him and Karl for the discussion. Way too much downvoting for inappropriate reasons here!
Discipulus learn that 'argue' has a little negative sense, he thought was a neutral sense, 'vox media'
[1nickt]: argue == discuss && argue == be contentious
[Discipulus]: you are right 1nickt i didnt voted nor downvoted; I just upvote perl content i like
[1nickt]: In Spanish, to argue (like a fight) is discutir -- does not mean to discuss !
[1nickt]: Sigh, this is why I gave up human-only languages and became a Perl linguist :-)
[Discipulus]: i just, rarely, downvote unpolite posts and spam, and wrong advices
[Discipulus]: discutere in eatalian is neutral: but discutere with wife sounds implicitly negative..

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