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Off the top of my head ...

  • There's a level of Hell reserved for people who consider creating temporary files and directories with formats like tempdir-{month}{day}.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for people who write batch processing code that doesn't clean up after itself.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for global and environment variables and those people who use them without care or regard in production code.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for those people who write uncommented and unstructured code.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for that person who did all of the above in some production code which caused me a headache in debugging today.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for those people who don't understand what's involved in production code but demand for it to be "just fixed so it works".
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for people who use bless $self, ref($proto) || $proto
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for people who write "object-orientated" modules that break inheritance.
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for the person who incorporated the concept of "ASCII" and "binary" files into the FTP protocol and the Windows operating system - Come'on, it's all just bits, ones and zeros, people!
  • There's a level of Hell reserved for the person who incorporated the \r\n line feed on Windows platforms - Yes, I know there was a valid historical motivation in doing it this way, but I'm venting!

I am feeling vented ... :-)

 

perl -le 'print+unpack("N",pack("B32","00000000000000000000001000110110"))'


In reply to Re: There's a level in Hell reserved for ________ by rob_au
in thread There's a level in Hell reserved for ________ by dws

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