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Re^2: my first packet sniffer in perl

by hnd (Scribe)
on Jun 29, 2009 at 14:07 UTC ( #775682=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: my first packet sniffer in perl
in thread my first packet sniffer in perl

i think that now its ok.......
and i never meant i dont use strict i wrote it by mistake....... sorry........
and the character classes.......... um.... i cant figure out what could be more efficient.......
anyways is the overall code fine?????

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Re^3: my first packet sniffer in perl
by GrandFather (Saint) on Jun 29, 2009 at 21:08 UTC

    so you thought "I'll just add use Strict; then they won't know how slack a programmer I really am.". Unfortunately, as is evident from the replies you already have, bad habits shine through. Always use strictures (use strict; use warnings; - see The strictures, according to Seuss).

    True laziness is hard work
      respected grandfather
      i never meant to write down those things (the comments with strict) i meant it to be somewhere else not with strict pragma... i'am really very sorry to write it down there by mistake
      but is the code alright? i mean is there a major mistake?
      i compiled it on my ubuntu but unfortunately i dont have a LAN to sniff out packets so you see i cannot compile it successfully.....

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