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Edit: Never mind, you already did try to translate the problem into your native language (didn't catch the "talk to the bear" part until after I read the article to which you linked, which was after I wrote my reply), so my reply no longer applies... Well, whatever.

Don't we all experience that from time to time? You spend hours and hours to solve problem X. Finally you give up and decide to ask, and while you're translating your programmatical problem into a natural language you see your faults while you try to describe why things aren't working!

Me, while trying to write an IRC bot (yeah, I know...): "You see, I need to keep track of which users are in which channel, and which channel has which users, but I don't want to keep a seperate variable for users and a seperate variable for channels... wait... this sounds like your typical database table which links, say, customers to, say, orders. Never mind, I know what I have to do. Thanks for listening!"

Friend: *blank stare*... silence... "Whatever. You're welcome."


In reply to Re^2: On-the-fly hashref by muba
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