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Re^2: Processing Two XML Files in Parallel

by Logicus (Initiate)
on Jul 22, 2011 at 06:36 UTC ( #916059=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Re^3: Processing Two XML Files in Parallel
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 22, 2011 at 23:38 UTC
    I refuse to learn?

    And that sums up everything we have learnt of you over the last couple of weeks.

    I have a suggestion for you. Change your career (or hobby) because as a programmer you are no good at all, and never will be. YOu do not have the aptitude for it.

    That doesn't mean you aren't intelligent, just that you do not have the right mindset for programming. Or all of them.

    But give up programming because you will never be even vaguely useful at it, never mind good.

    Try writing or poetry or music or chess or carpentry.

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Re^3: Processing Two XML Files in Parallel
by ikegami (Patriarch) on Jul 22, 2011 at 18:04 UTC
    Why do you complain about the length of my solution when yours is twice as long? (Well, it would be if you hadn't only done half the work.)
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Re^3: Processing Two XML Files in Parallel
by fisher (Priest) on Jul 22, 2011 at 16:56 UTC
    You know, two thousand years ago there was language called 'koine'. This language was based on greek and it's purpose was the easy communication between various folks in ancient world.
    Ancient greek also were disappointed by koine, but who cares? The code above easy to at least my eyes to read.

      Unfortunately, Koine didn't entirely supplant Classical Greek, and people still argue over the translation of various words.

        What do you mean? There is no such thing like Classical Greek; we have attic, ionic, dorian etc dialects, and even more! 'The lango of Homer', 'The lango of Plato' and so on, and so forth... They all disappear after koine was developed.

        'Koine' in greek means 'common'.

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