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RE: RE: Re: Static news system

by BBQ (Deacon)
on May 10, 2000 at 08:58 UTC ( #10903=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to RE: Re: Static news system
in thread [no such node, ID 10886]

whoa! chill dude! you're posting several replies to your own posts! (and you managed to cut off your own question) :o)

Back to your problem, there is one question I didn't ask, and perhaps the most important of them all:
do you really want to learn perl or do you want someone to do all of the work for you (ie: use seomthing that someone has already written)?

You see, there are two ways one can go about this. Either we can point you to the right direction, and you can look at tutorials, sample code, docs, et al and you can post questions on whatever doubts you have (my definite choice if I were in your shoes).

Or, we can point you to online script repositories where you can find semi-ready to go stuff. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the second approach, but you won't learn much on-the-job that you can use later.

What will it be?

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RE: RE: RE: Re: Static news system
by Anonymous Monk on May 11, 2000 at 02:12 UTC
    im new to this site, and i was surprised when my replies didn't come up, and it doesn't give a post confirmation and i kept trying to post, and at first im not even sure if i was replying or starting a got weird

    i definitely want to learn, and i prefer the snippet method of learning, i dont want completely pre-written stuff, but just snippets and things like that that "do this" or "do that", but not pre written stuff that "does all this and that and this and that" if you know what i mean


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