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163363 Re: Your favorite Muppet: 2002-05-01 19:51
123752 Re: Average number of caffeinated beverages per work day 2001-11-07 05:37
82362 Re: Favorite Text Editor? 2001-05-22 23:39
80746 Re: I've had my current job for 2001-05-16 03:00
74377 O_o 2001-04-21 06:10
69374 Re: Biggest clue you don't want the job you're offered 2001-04-03 21:06
66850 Re: Re (tilly) 4: a new Q&A category 2001-03-24 12:23
66744 Re: Re (tilly) 2: a new Q&A category 2001-03-24 01:19
62417 Re: PerlMonks StageNames! 2001-03-06 06:30
62194 Re: Code to a Reaped Node 2001-03-05 12:08
62192 Re: Hours of sleep I get on an average weeknight 2001-03-05 11:53
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[choroba]: they
[LanX]: why do you think it's more than one person?
[Your Mother]: Because we are LEGION! Fix YOUR SIG SIG BLOCK!!!!
[Your Mother]: Forgot to sign in as my sockpuppet, how embarrassing!
[1nickt]: pryrt I am creating a Type to check valid user IDs, which must be a whole number greater than or equal to zero. I would like to disallow 1.0 but because of this behaviour, by the time it is checked by the constraint, it *is* an Int.
[LanX]: should this be considered? Re: Parsing .txt into arrays
[LanX]: and this Re^4: Hash user input
[pryrt]: LanX, I would vote "keep" if it were considered: it's not helpful, but it could be taken multiple ways, not all of which are offenseive...
[pryrt]: 1nickt: if you are checking for valid user IDs, then I wouldn't care about the difference between 1.0 and 1: I would take either as a valid representation of the integer user ID#1
[LanX]: and this Re^2: extract column data

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