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I had to give up golfing after a few shots at http://codegolf.com for lack of time (and/or sleep, you choose), but two things I will remember forever: how totally compulsive all this stuff can become, and how wild you can become when you either curse someone for passing you, or you pass them again giving them what they deserve!

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in thread Dueling Flamingos: The Story of the Fonality Christmas Golf Challenge by eyepopslikeamosquito

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    [Discipulus]: i invented also 'gired'
    [Lady_Aleena]: Discipulus, then that is a problem. I wanted to find total seconds of my entire .mp3 collection to do some math on it to see how many days of continuous music i have.
    [LanX]: darn. .. I wanted to see Marine and Melonchon go to next round, just for fun xD
    [Discipulus]: LA use Perl: traversing a dir tree is simple; foreach file mp3 $sec+= use Mp3::Info
    [Lady_Aleena]: Discipulus, I was able to get the sum of the seconds on the command line using awk. Then I ran the result through a perl script and got the result. It came bach with 4 days, 9 hours, 56 minutes, 43 seconds.
    [Lady_Aleena]: s/bach/back/;
    [Discipulus]: gired anyway is the intermediate state between hired and fired (and vice versa;)
    [Lady_Aleena]: Discipuluis, I don't know if I want to fight with File::Find. File::Find and I are not friends.
    [Discipulus]: 4 day Bach is too muche even for me
    [Discipulus]: LA you know who is paco?

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