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- Gunnar Hjalmarsson
August 30, 2005, 3:24 am
Re: Redirect to another page
perldoc -q redirect
That's OK, everybody has to start somewhere.
Being Usenet illiterate when posting to Usenet isn't so OK though.
You should check the Frequently Asked Questions for a newsgroup
before posting to that newsgroup. This expectation is widely
accepted in nearly all newgroups, not just the Perl newsgroup.
If you insist on taking cuts in line, then you should be
expecting to get some grief for it.
(Larry Wall) wrote: ...
[snip] I view a programming language as a place to be
explored, like Disneyland. You don't need to have a lot of preparation
to explore a theme park. You do have to go along with the crowd
control measures, though. In a sense, each ride has its own
prerequisites--if you cut in line, you risk getting tossed out of the
What we have here in this newsgroup is a failure in crowd control.
Reading the FAQ is like staying in line--it's something you should
learn in kindergarten. Usenet needs a better kindergarten.
Tad McClellan SGML consulting
email@example.com Perl programming
Fort Worth, Texas