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++Fletch.  I'm in total agreement.

Now I'll be willing to admit that maybe I was wrong, jesuashok, if you actually respond to Fletch's claim, and explain why you keep constantly posting trivial questions.

But my money's on your ignoring his question, as usual, and moving on to yet another question which the documents are happy to provide an immediate answer for.  (Update:  Looks like I was correct).

By the way, a number of times in the past you've made it clear that you're not too happy with getting tons of -- votes.  I submit to you that your wasting time and space here is the main factor.  As a result, unless you have some fabulous reason for continuing these charades, I'll continue to vote you down every time you ask these silly questions.


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In reply to Re^2: Seeking explanation on assigning a hash to a scalar by liverpole
in thread Seeking explanation on assigning a hash to a scalar by jesuashok

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