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(OT)C++Monks?

by BUU (Prior)
on Jun 15, 2002 at 01:16 UTC ( #174774=perlmeditation: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I have three four simple questions i hope someone will be kind enough to answer:

  1. Is there a c++ monks?
  2. If there is none, do you think one would work?
  3. And lastly, what should such an agust assemblage be called? (ChurchofC?)
  4. Can anyone point me to a nice, simple tutorial on installing everything without root on a remote virtual server?

edited 14 June 2002, by jeffa - closed ol tag

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Re: (OT)C++Monks?
by hossman (Prior) on Jun 15, 2002 at 01:40 UTC
    1. see Perl monkish sites
    2. see Perl monkish sites
    3. CIToldYouItCouldWork sounds good to me.
    4. The most useful advice I can give you based on my understanding of your question is this link

    (PS: can someone please edit the orriginal node and close the list)

Re: (OT)C++Monks?
by hossman (Prior) on Jun 17, 2002 at 19:13 UTC
    It just occured to me that you ment "Everything" as in the "Everything Development Engine" that powers perlmonks, not "everything" as in some really bizare question that made no sense to me. Let me revise my answer to #4 and say: "I have no idea, but you might want to try the link at the bottom of every perlmonk page that says The Everything Development Company"
Re: (OT)C++Monks?
by kechari (Novice) on Jun 24, 2002 at 02:36 UTC
    > 3. ...what should such an assemblage be called? ...

    • monc++
    • C monks++
    • C++monks (hey, why not just be totally parallel, we've got a good thing going)
    • c++ monkeys (like Sea Monkeys)
    • The Holy C++ (like Holy See)
    • C++ Acolytes
    • The Sc++ientists
    • C++farers
    • C++onference
    • The Gnostic++s
    • MouseC++teers

    -- -ken rich "I'm continually AMAZED at th'breathtaking effects of WIND EROSION!!" (Zippy)
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