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Some people, like me, have only written replies and no root nodes. A reply should always be read in its context hence you likely have to read a whole lot more than just the writeup. Even for root nodes you should read the replies as they might provide enlightening insights on the subject, so I wouldn't say this is a good method to ++ someone. It's a whole lot of work if you just want to ++.

It's a method, but I don't find it very satisfactory.

Update: I'm not sure who you (jeffa) are arguing with in your reply, but I couldn't agree more. I think that in large the same applies to replies to posts too.

ihb

See perltoc if you don't know which perldoc to read!


In reply to Re^2: ++ vote for people who help in Chatterbox by ihb
in thread ++ vote for people who help in Chatterbox by songahji

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