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  • .^^ No you can't do that even if you wanted to
  • ..^^ you mean they don't want to, even if they could
  • ...^^ I mean they dont know what they want
  • ....^^ how do you know what they want or not to do?
  • .....^^ they didnt say so i knew
  • ^^ thanks i meant something completely different I think ill go and write in ruby
  • ^^ Perl semantics analysis report #18 pgs
  • .^^ code advancing the implementation of the report #5 pgs
  • ..^^ human readable translation of the report
  • ...^^ one liner equivalent of the code
  • ....^^ anonymous troll
  • .....^^ insane attempt to deflect anonymous troll logic
  • ......^^ anonymous troll inhaling NO through loaded shotgun

perl -we 'Coyote'

In reply to Re: My most common answer to a question about Perl is: by Don Coyote
in thread My most common answer to a question about Perl is: by cdarke

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