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Let me repeat myself in large letters merlyn.

I HAD NO INTENTIONS OF EVER STEALING PEOPLES CODE TO GET A JOB

. Do you get it now? I DO NOT WANT TO CHEAT TO GET THE JOB. I just *assumed* other people would enjoy solving this problem, since I enjoyed writing the code.

Shame on you merlyn, for the same reasons as limbic~region. You have *no* evidence that I have ever cheated to get a job (because I never have or will). All you have is some unfounded slander from limbic~region saying that "I want to cheat" or some such, and you launch off to critically castigate me, not only here, but posted to use.perl.org, a much more public site, WITHOUT EVEN CONSIDERING THAT THERE BE MORE TO THE ISSUE. Now I have large amounts of slander over something I HAVE NEVER DONE, WILL NEVER DO, AND HAD NO INTENTION OF DOING, and some people will probably never believe it, all because of some baseless slander.

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