My List:
  • I to have not provided my answer for fear that my code is not quality, or my answer is not the best. Instead, I have waited till a few answers were provided, then remember what I saw for future use..
  • I'll admit to not learning Perl with the llama book, instead, I thought I could jump straight to the Camel Book.
  • I'll admit to XP Whoring in the CB, ONCE, that's ALL.
  • I'll admit to /msg'ing a Particular Monk who I hold in high esteem for their knowledge and coolness, instead of asking the masses for help.

    Oh, damn, I just remembered a few more things..

  • I have been known to use <br> tag's in posts, and for a while, even had the nasty buggers in my .sig
  • Although its not really my fault, I have JavaScript enabled in IE 5.5. I can't really help it because our admins here are quite strict about things, and have restricted access to most of our settings..

    Aside from all that, I can't think of anything. WHEW, I feel slightly better now..

    /msg me if you think of anything else that I may be responsible for, that I haven't realized yet..

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    perl -e '$a="3567"; $b=hex($a); printf("%2X\n",$a);'


    In reply to Re: Re: Return of the Confessional by defyance
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