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Re^6: Why isn't a fatal error trappable?

by Corion (Pope)
on Aug 02, 2012 at 20:00 UTC ( #985099=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^5: Why isn't a fatal error trappable?
in thread Why isn't a fatal error trappable?

Having people nit pick over spelling when the spelling isn't in the code, is frustrating and time wasting. It's also takes alot more time for me to look up every line of code and cut/paste it in, rather than, in some cases, answer from memory...(depends on situation)...

... which is why I recommend to post a short, self-contained program that shows the behaviour without needing any external setup instead of only explaining in prose a summary in which key parts are neccessarily missing (because if they weren't missing, you'd know the solution already). Of course, this is still time consuming for you, but as it's your problem, I find it fitting that you spend your time and effort on it instead of requiring others to do so.

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