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Re^2: Can't Write to Files properly

by Not_a_Number (Parson)
on Dec 04, 2011 at 19:24 UTC ( #941751=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Can't Write to Files properly
in thread Can't Write to Files properly

$20? Allow me to suggest:

http://www.freelancer.com/jobs/Perl/

Two further suggestions:

1) Include some sample input data in your spec (ie. what files in wwwindex might or might not contain).

2) Don't come back here and complain that the $20 'solution' that you've been sold doesn't work...

HTH, dave

Update: Yeah, well, managed to reply to myself. But I'm sure you get the picture.

Update to update: Grandfather has re-(grand?)parented this node to where I should have posted it in the first place, so my previous update is no longer valid. Thanks gramps. But it would still be a shame to miss the Shangri-Las (or maybe not...).


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Re^3: Can't Write to Files properly
by sdyates (Scribe) on Dec 04, 2011 at 19:30 UTC
    I included two of the files that appear in wwwindex. They have all the input data. I don't know how else to explain. I am not a seasoned programmer like most here. Most advise is just too technical for me to understand. If I see sample code, I am able to figure out how to reverse engineer. This time I am just at the wall.

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