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You must have PM confused with "The Lazy Students' Plagarism Sources."

Good of you to state you question in a way that makes it utterly clear that you're asking us to do your homework.

Good... that we don't do that. You'll learn little or nothing if we do it for you.

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Yet another gimmé request!
Sorry, we expect SOPW to seek wisdom, not to ask us to do so for them.


In reply to Re: Need Help with Perl Code by ww
in thread Need Help with Perl Code by freedomxcruiser

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