Friday, March 16, 2012

Thought for the Day

When drafting and trouble-shooting a perl script, it is not enough to make sure everything is formatted properly, gets and processes its inputs, and opens and writes to all of the necessary logs.  It is also necessary to put the commands that actually do what you bloody well wanted the script to do in the bloody script in the first bloody place.


Well, that's two hours of my life I'll never be able to give back to myself.


North said...

You realize why Perl is called a "write-only" language? :-)

Peter said...

Is that why they refer to 'perls of wisdom'?


Julie said...

lol ....

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