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Sorry, you are totally wrong.

1. You are posting as Anonymous Monk. If you feel you have to make that kind of opinionated statement, log in. Yes, you will be downvoted, but PerlMonks is not about XP, right?

2. jeffa never denied the general usefulness of the /o modifier. He merely states it bothers him, and gave a good explanation why. He even called his own behaviour "cargo-cultish", which should be enough to tell you that he doesn't want to push /o in the bit bucket.

3. jeffa probably doesn't need to be "jaundiced". He is a long-standing member of PerlMonks and an experienced programmer. Not everybody plays silly games all the time.

4. He didn't call himself an expert.

5. IMHO, it is clever to only get bitten once, and then think about it. Not that he mentioned that he only got bitten once, though.


In reply to Opinionated, yet anonymous...? by crenz
in thread 'better mousetrap': how to perform timed event by snafu

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