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Neat. Neat except ... why the blog? I would expect it to have smaller audience and there's (AFAIK) no way to comment should one feel the need to do so. I know it's for you to decide, but I would rather see your (at least the Perl related) articles here :-)

BTW, you'd probably catch me with that example from Clubbing someone to death with a loaded Uzi. I mean it's something I'd never expect anyone sane to do so it would take me some time to notice that this time someone did it. As I read the article I had to return to the first example after I read the one with those locations and finaly understood what the heck is going on. Thanks!

In reply to Re: automatically explains how to use misused objects by Jenda
in thread automatically explains how to use misused objects by Dominus

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