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Re^7: Looking for a Regex

by BrowserUk (Patriarch)
on Mar 04, 2019 at 15:29 UTC ( #1230849=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: Looking for a Regex
in thread Looking for a Regex

Seven separate lines of discussion totally dismissed with the wonderfully expressed:

Bollocks.

that is far *more* help

So your opinion rules here? Damn! but you credit yourself with an awful lot of say, for someone with so little evidence of ability or insight.

In my opinion -- and demonstrated by a very large and growing body of scientific evidence -- giving the raw beginner something close to what they need as a starting point and allowing them to explore it through hands-on modification, is far more helpful in getting them jump started, than pointing them at a body of comprehensive, but dry, disconnected, and 90% irrelevant to their problem, documentation; and forcing them to stare at a blank screen wondering how to get started.

But all of that is beyond your ability to reason.

My fault for engaging with a small man carrying the burden of such a big chip I suppose.


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