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Cool. I really appreciate the time you took to offer me this advice.

* I had been working on this to make it a war room - -- check it out! :)
* I immediately implemented your advice regarding ditching the examples and making a more condensed usage.
* whoops, nano -T 3 screws me again, hehe, I might as well make -T 234234234 or something so I am conditioned to allways space things out. I tediously lined everything back up. gotta love space space enter ^N enter ^N ........ ^K ^P ^P ^K ^P ^P ^K.. ugh ;)
* I implemented your whatchar function, that's pretty cool. It was a quick hack that's almost out of diapers, and you changed a couple. I appreciate it :)
* I grabbed a pure perl strftime and replaced the "date" execution with it's usage. I was really fond of and it worked for me, but it wasn't exactly smart to execute it that much.

All in all, I'm happy with it right now. Thanks for your guidance! :) checkout the screenshot yo

with very positive regards,
-slf:) cider

In reply to Re^2: ilf - input line frequency time event visualization by cider
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