#perl - Sat 24 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:05

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CaelumGnomer___: you're on windows, so use " insetad of '
cfeddeGnomer___: what do you have? what do you expect?
DavemanGumbybrain: Ahl be bahk!
GumbyBRAINBe still, be calm be quiet now my son! Here, have some dong.
DavemanEWW!
dazjorzLol!
Caelumhaha
Daveman:(
Gnomer___cfedde, I'm not even joking. I have no idea what you're wanting me to see.
Caelumis anyone saving these gumby quotes?
dazjorzHm
cfeddeGnomer___: I'm still confused what you want your code to do.
dazjorzMight make a database of'em
cfeddeit's printing the md5_hex for the text in $test.
infiGumbyBRAIN: Within my penguin lies a torrid story of hate and love.
GumbyBRAINI hate to be quite a story.
dazjorzGumbyBRAIN: eat dongs
actionDaveman slaps GumbyBRAIN around a bit with a large BinGOs
Davemanslaps GumbyBRAIN around a bit with a large BinGOs
cfeddeGnomer___: you seem to think that it should print an MD5 for each line.
GumbyBRAINDongs dongs cocks and dongs.
where is the bit i drive around.
dazjorzthree requests at the same time?
Gnomer___cfedde, thats what I want it to do
Davemandong-crazed mofo.
infiGnomer___: Then tell it to!
cfeddeGnomer___: you and perl don't agree on what this code should do.
Gnomer___Replaec spaces with newlines, and then md5 each line
cfedde, obviously.
SubStackGumbyBRAIN should reply 5 times to every request
maukeoh, so that's what it's supposed to do
GumbyBRAINyou get it's chance, rugby won the rugby world cup, not because it did work on every in a call to request.
cfeddeGnomer___: you are passing the string once to md5_hex.
maukeprint "$_: ", md5_hex($_), "\n" for split ' ', $line;
cfeddeGnomer___: you expect it to return 5 md5 when you only call md5_hex once.
Daveman;]
cfeddeif you want it once per line you need to call it once per line.
Gnomer___cfedde, You've solved my problem.
Thank you.
cfeddeGnomer___: you see why I was confused?
I had to figure out what you expected your code to do by reading between the lines.

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