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Dear Ovid, I am too sorry for the trouble I did,by posting a unclear question but to be true it happened by mistake as I copied a different file and realised it after clicking the submit button!! & I didnot knew how to undo it....I am extremely sorry for all this also I'll be very careful regarding posting the questions in the future...One more problem was earlier that after you post a question it immedieately doesn't appears on the seekers of perl wisdom sites but comes in the newest nodes site...which I came to know later so it may be also leading to some people sending their querries again & again under the illusion that there questions have still not reached the monks....I know one could call them silly but anyway it leads to themselves being troubled & also to the monks maintaining the site work unnecessarily!!!....it will be nice if you can please announce the same... To share my expierience I got reply to a very peculiar question's answer from this site!!! which I was trying to debug from 3-4 days!!! So I am having a lot of regards for the monks!!(not only because of this reason..) and I'll try my level best not to do similar thing not for reason 3... but for 1,2,and 4 certainly!! Thanks!!! V.N.Pandey

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