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Re^13: Sort alphabetically from file

by james28909 (Deacon)
on Jun 20, 2019 at 20:53 UTC ( #11101637=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^12: Sort alphabetically from file
in thread Sort alphabetically from file

look, everyone who posted was under the assumption that the supplied data was spoof data. all you are doing is stating the obvious. i am not in need of re-reading anything youve wrote/posted because everything that you have said is pretty much what everyone already knew, you just picked me out of the crowd (even though there were other, even worse, examples which CLEARLY changed the format of the file). so i will take what you say with a grain of salt. everything you have said is pretty much obvious before you said anything. if you want to pick an arguement then i suggest to pick one with someone more deserving. i am done arguing invalid points with you. i have went back and edited to keep the node clean but i am done with this bickering back and forth with you. hope you feel the same. have a great day.

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Re^14: Sort alphabetically from file
by Co-Rion (Monk) on Jun 22, 2019 at 09:38 UTC

    Let me quote from Additions to the FAQ and a Community Statement:

    If you get into a prolonged discussion with an individual on this site, please consider whether your discussion actually positively contributes to the topic. After ten or more replies, such a thread rarely brings some technical result and likely has devolved into an emotional battle. As it takes at least two participants in such a thread, consider agreeing to disagree and stop posting to that thread, no matter how good you think your cause is, and no matter how wrong you think the other side is.

    I think this applies here, so please (re)consider whether your contributions actually help the discussion forward.

Re^14: Sort alphabetically from file
by haukex (Chancellor) on Jun 20, 2019 at 21:18 UTC
    you just picked me out of the crowd (even though there were other, even worse, examples ...

    Nobody else in the entire thread made the apparent claim that their code would not corrupt the data. That's what I originally commented on.

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