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Where to read the full article

by selenasol (Novice)
on Feb 19, 2003 at 17:10 UTC ( #236720=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Ignorant Article

Hey folks - As I have said in some replies, my website is down so you cannot read the articles at their home (where they are updated when I receive comments).

However, it was incredibly easy for me (two links) to go from the referenced article above, to my tutorials that have been mirrored by WDVL.

The URL you want is

Please note that these articles are not updated by me, so they include errors that have been fixed after publication but not mirrored on this site and also note that these articles are all very old. I have nothing to do with WDVL.

Now...the complete article from which the referenced page comes from starts at:

It then continues on

Then concludes on

Why WDVL does not provide previous and next links...I have no idea. But if you read the above pages in that order, at least you will see the whole argument for that article.

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Re: Where to read the full article
by steves (Curate) on Feb 19, 2003 at 17:50 UTC

    I find this much more palatable in its entirety. It's a shame the web site didn't think to include forward and back references to the related pieces of the bigger article. Search engines can be dangerous in this way I guess.

    Interesting that, despite our initial differences of opinion, we seem to reach the same basic conclusion: All of this has some dimension of suckiness.

      I do want to say that of all the sites mirroring my content, WDVL has been one of the best about updating things. I have sentr the editor there a request to provide links backwards and forwards.
Re: Where to read the full article
by Wysardry (Pilgrim) on Feb 21, 2003 at 04:19 UTC

    Hmm. That article seems to have been treated totally differently than the other articles in the WebWare section (and most of the rest of the site).

    For one thing, the title in the left column is not a link, and for another the back/next links are missing.

    You can see an example of how they usually look at the bottom of Why Perl (also by Selena Sol).

    "Every program has at least one bug and can be shortened by at least one instruction -- from which, by induction, one can deduce that every program can be reduced to one instruction which doesn't work." -- (Author Unknown)

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