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Re: (jeffa) Re: Win32::Lanman

by SyN/AcK (Scribe)
on Jul 16, 2003 at 17:02 UTC ( #274934=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to (jeffa) Re: Win32::Lanman
in thread Win32::Lanman

Actually, I had looked at a few reviews, and I didn't see them include source code, so I didn't either. I will edit my post to include some sample source code then. As for the book review, I will take constructive criticism on that if you will post it. I thought it was good, but I'm only trying to be helpful here, so let me know what you'd like to see.

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(jeffa) 3Re: Win32::Lanman
by jeffa (Bishop) on Jul 16, 2003 at 21:38 UTC
    The best thing to do is sit down and read a lot of reviews. I was too ambiguous about code ... book reviews do not need to include code, but i think that module reviews benefit from good, easy to digest, cohesive code. There really are no rules for writing reviews for the Monastery, that's why i recommend that you read a lot of them and decide for yourself. As a bonus, you will learn a lot more than you probably ever wanted to know about Perl. ;) If you would like some recommendations, then check out ybiC's review of Data Munging and davorg's review of the mod_perl Cookbook. Steve_p even managed to get away with a review on a Java book. :D

    And as always, when in doubt, post your review to your scratch pad and politely ask the monks hanging around the Chatterbox to critique it.


    (the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
      Yes, those are excellent suggestions, especially the last. So did it help that I put the code in here? I had hoped it would help. I put a link to the code sample I used, as well as my own code which was done in Visual Perl.NET. Thanks for the Input... I appreciate it.
Re: Re: (jeffa) Re: Win32::Lanman
by SyN/AcK (Scribe) on Jul 16, 2003 at 17:59 UTC
    There, that should be better.

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