#perl - Tue 27 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:56

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revdiabloNoopity noop
maukeGumbyBRAIN: ur a noop
GumbyBRAIN6A doesn't define me i dont mind the issue of looking up information in the slice becomes a noop.
merlyn?eval -> { 3 + 4 }
evalbot_r15369->{Syn "block" {App &infix:+ (: 3, 4)}}
merlynhmm. no compile-time folding
revdiablomerlyn: Better watch out, that kind of talk can get you a commit bit
rodrick-brownwhat's gather?
thats perl6 /
revdiablorodrick-brown: It returns a list
rodrick-brownis it perl 5 ?
revdiablorodrick-brown: Based on all the 'take' calls
Perl 6
rodrick-browno'h ok
merlynheh - I'll just dodge the bit :)
cfeddeWhy is it so hard to buy a decent cell phone?
kcbannercfedde, because companies like to make money :(
its so hard to get an unlocked phone
cfeddeyou can't get an unlocked phone from a vendor anyway.
kcbannerI knoew
cfeddesucks to be me.
Inf3rn0Odd number of elements in hash assignment at something/random
The line looks like this: my (%temp_hash,$key) = @_;
revdiabloYou have to do my ($key, %temp_hash) = @_;
The hash will slurp up all the arguments remaining
Inf3rn0Bah
Thats ugly
revdiabloYou could pass a reference, too
Inf3rn0Yea
revdiabloBut to pass a hash-as-list, you have to put it at the end
cfeddeyou can also flip that.
my ($key, %temp_hash) = @_;
dfinnI'm trying to extract the bsize variable from the mkfs command that was used to create a linux file system
i have it almost working using:
perl -pi -e 'print $1 if m/bsize=(.\d+)/'
i'm getting the value I want, but them I'm also getting the entire line echoed again
maukewhy -i?
why -p?
dfinnhow can I keep that from happening?
uh, not sure I guess

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