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Re: My Perl code can be understood by...

by evaluator (Monk)
on Feb 21, 2008 at 09:18 UTC ( #669217=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to My Perl code can be understood by...

not even by the Perl interpreter (while I write it)
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Re^2: My Perl code can be understood by...
by cdarke (Prior) on Feb 22, 2008 at 15:25 UTC
    You write the Perl interpeter?
      I wish I had it bookmarked, but one of my favourite threads here went something like this (from memory):

      Monk1: And here's my awesome answer
      Monk2: That doesn't work.
      Monk1: It should work.
      Monk2: No it doesn't. Here's the proof (inserts code)
      Monk1: Patched Perl. Now it works.

      Hard to argue with someone who has a commit bit.

      Insight is found at the bottom of the cup.

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[thezip]: .oO( "A Well-Tempered Database" ? )
[Corion]: I'd like a well-tempered tuning
[Corion]: thezip: :D
[erix]: haha
[thezip]: Perhaps one of the most obnoxious things on earth is a poorly tuned piano. I will not even listen to one.

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