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Some people think that you are systematically posting comments that will set other people off on purpose - this is called "Trolling" and those who act in this way are called "Trolls".

Judging from your opening comments it seems like you're not doing it on purpose, that you don't understand any of the Perl culture and are trying to break your way in & having a frustrating time doing so. People will correct you without explanation or not take you seriously and perhaps you don't know why. I will try to be more gentle, for the sake of someone else who might be having such a hard time who might come along & read this in the future.

A coworker showed me "CORN" I automated job scheduler that exists in Solaris.

In fact that utility is called cron.

If you are looking at ksh, that is pronounced "Korn Shell", which may be the source of the confusion.

Now, if you are indeed a Troll, as many have accused you of - then this sort of mistake was made on purpose in order to get people to correct you & draw attention to yourself for whatever reason.

If that was the case then having a signature that asks people to "please respect" a controversial leader could also be considered to be inflammatory and perhaps was calculated for that effect. It also could be the heartfelt signature of a GOP constituent. Since it's not easy to tell the difference, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt if only to retain a sense of decorum in the monastery.

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In reply to Re^3: Okay I have cleaned it up a little bit by gregor42
in thread Okay I have cleaned it up a little bit by Kevin_Raymer

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