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I really appreciate learning from you Monks..if you were my class teacher i would have started like you . Now i want to tell my thinking about some fellow monks here...actually i think some of you monks don't feel like you are helping me, isn't it. you think that you are doing my class homework, which is not the case.well if it were the case then i would do it on my own because then i know i have too much time that i can spend on solving my questions.

But i think that i have not much time..i asked questions thinking that it will be on your finger shouldn't make you feel like having worked or doing someone's homework...its exam time and i have lot of things to learn .i asked questions to copy answers and learn and still study thoroughly as much as i can upto last minute of going to exam hall.

"Please assume that you are sitting with a pilot who unfortunately got out from the plane and then you are all alone in the plane struggling about how to land now safely now you have number of airstation if you call there you got to talk with expert pilot who can tell what you need to do immediately rather than learning basics at that time... " If you start learning at that time aircraft will crash and you will die ....UNDERSTAND my situation..

i have exams i need exact answers otherwise i will fail that i don't want .and i wanted to avoid it so i got idea to ask question online and i reached here..

BUT now i have finished other exam work which has freed me to solve these question now by following your advice.

i would post answers here when i will solve them all.

I loved this site and learning from here untill my exam over.

In reply to Re^2: New to perl by Monk_perl
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