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Good sir, you have a problem with me.   I have long ago accepted that, and I have also accepted that this has nothing to do with my purpose for being here ... Perl.

Your almost-reflexive by-now response to me is to vilify me and to down-vote my comments.   My response to you has been to commend your responses and to up-vote a great many of them.   I have never down-voted a single one; I don’t down-vote anyone, because I don’t think that my opinions are superior to anyone else’s.   It may or may not surprise you that I simply do not care what you do or do not think about a stranger you have never met.   I very frankly do not have either time or interest for anything “personal.”   I am here for Perl.   People come here every day with questions about this tool that is part of their profession, and anything contrary to that prime focus is of no interest to anyone including me.   Good day to you, sir.

In reply to Re^4: Threads and signals in Windows (invoking the name) by sundialsvc4
in thread Threads and signals in Windows by bojinlund

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