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Re: camel code

by mrmick (Curate)
on Dec 07, 2000 at 19:57 UTC ( #45523=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to camel code

Wonderful!!

Just thinking... wouldn't this make a great t-shirt?

I'm going to print this off and show it to a couple of colleagues here. Maybe that'll get them more into Perl.

Very imaginative!

Cheers,
Mick

Mick


Comment on Re: camel code
Camel code T-Shirt
by tedv (Pilgrim) on Dec 21, 2000 at 23:02 UTC
    A T-Shirt is actually a good idea. Code on front, output of code on back. If Perlmonks produced the shirt, I'd definitly spend money on it. (Are you listening, vroom? :)

    -Ted
      He might not have been listening, but ThinkGeek was! Note the shirt version is slightly different; Erudil was even able to include a short comment. (Perhaps a new category should now be added to the Perl geek code: "My code has been used on a T-shirt".)
        They took out the shebang and the use strict, which chops of the first line of the camels :( -= chaz.ro0t.com =-

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