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Re: My problems to understand the Perl documentation

by Anonymous Monk
on Aug 25, 2020 at 16:43 UTC ( #11121080=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Re^2: My problems to understand the Perl documentation
by Your Mother (Archbishop) on Aug 25, 2020 at 17:56 UTC

    Three days after the thread started. ✓

    Definitively good advice and answers already given. ✓

    Thread has died down. ✓

    LILO strategy applied. ✓

    Anonymous post. ✓

    “Quotes” and italics. ✓

    Extremely vague, we might even say historically partly probably, regurgitation of already given advice. ✓

      Looks like a good start on rules for an AI engine to auto detect anony-sunny posts. Some more:

      • Node-id very close to another anony post.
      • Use of "American quotation style."
      • Underlining random words that are not links.
      • Making up hyphenated words (e.g. not-unexpected, independently-reliable, somewhat-familiar).
      • No code (or at most "extemporaneous code").
      • Same homespun wisdoms repetitively posted to questions to which they barely relate.
      • Responding to the wrong post.
      • Extravagant typography, stylistic devices, flowery analogies, and unnecessary quotes ... though he appears to have toned these down recently.
      • Giveaway words/phrases (e.g Rhett Butler, tinker's dam, brownie points, FSM, ...). Also toned down recently.

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