Oct 31, 2013, 5:47 PM
Post #6 of 6
Re: [flaq1991] perl have a limit ? help
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in that case was different, and it has solved. so I wanted to remove the. Now I have another problem
Well, it is basically the same code (mostly with the same errors, BTW, as far as I can say, but, of course, I can't say for sure in details, since you did not even have the guts to leave your previous post untouched and decided to remove everything).
Also, as I already said earlier, but you did not even notice, maybe you should thank people who tried to help you before asking new questions (or almost the same ones) on the same subject, don't you think so?
Oh, well, forget it, I am probably too old-fashioned: integrity and politeness are values that have a real meaning for me.
Sorry, it seems that we obviously don't share the same mindset. Just to make sure there is no misunderstanding, I was speaking about fundamental human values, not political or philosophical opinions, nor religious beliefs, nor sexual or other orientations. When it comes to programming problems, I am happy to help democrats as much as republicans (even tea party), Anglicans as much as Roman Catholics or Jews or Muslims, heterosexuals as much as Lesbians or gays or trans, and so on, I just don't care and am willing to help.
But when someone does not even think about thanking people who tried to help her or him (even after having been remembered about doing that) and goes as far as removing the post to which people took of their time to answer, then I come to think that you really don't share the same universal human values that I cherish.
Sorry, too bad, I ain't gonna be able to help you any further. And I now sincerely hope nobody will.