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       #1401

    SquonkSC said:
    wallyinnc said:
    Kari said:
    Wherever I go, Ken and Antman have already been there. Frustrating :)
    I thought the threads didn't even show to others before they have been there . I haven't found one yet either...
    I have a workaround for your problem.

    Start your own thread, but type fast or you'll find they even beat you to that!

    Trust me...even this doesn't work most times...
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       #1402

    LMOFAO

    I was wondering about that one too.
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    Windows 7 x64 finally!
       #1403

    Old Fat...
    Although oblong would actually be cooler...
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    Windows 7 x64 finally!
       #1404

    Correct. I will settle for ostentatious then.
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       #1405

    13 O's.......Hmmmmm
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       #1406

    Hi antman
    What does that Perl script actually do -- is it "Render computer unuseable for evermore".

    Cheers
    jimbo
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       #1407
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       #1409

    Nonsense is an excellent example of how nice and practical applications you can write with Perl.

    Kari
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       #1410

    Antman said:
    For every action there is an equal and opposite criticism.
    Perl reference card:

    http://users.physik.fu-berlin.de/~goerz/refcards/perl_refcard.pdf

    Information taken liberally from the perl documentation and various other sources.
    You may freely distribute this document.
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