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Re^4: Perl/Tk code structure

by elef (Friar)
on Jan 11, 2012 at 18:40 UTC ( #947406=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Perl/Tk code structure
in thread Perl/Tk code structure

Thanks, I will go through it and try to wrap my head around it.

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Re^5: Perl/Tk code structure
by BrowserUk (Pope) on Jan 11, 2012 at 19:31 UTC

    I'll say it again. If you will identify what you are having trouble with understanding, then I'll try to clarify those parts.

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[MidLifeXis]: heh.
[MidLifeXis]: Most likely it is a code that some undocumented system, hidden behind layers of IT, deep in the bowels of the building under the machine room floor, reads that code to keep a presence switch from going off. :-b
[MidLifeXis]: I think I forgot "running on a farm of commodore 64, vic 20s, trs 80s, and apple ]|[e systems"
[GotToBTru]: oh I know what it is .. but it is a number only slightly useful to me and of no possible use to our customer
[MidLifeXis]: Whew - you just saved the free world. <o)
[GotToBTru]: i guess it's a placeholder, the code will only fill it in if there is nothing else to use
[GotToBTru]: but then .. if you have nothing to say, why not say nothing?

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