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Hello, I'm MrCromeDome from Perl Monks. [perlmonks.org] See my account there or my home page for more info.

Journal of CromeDome (4395)

Friday July 11, 2003
03:06 PM

Greetings and Salutations

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I'm not exactly sure who (if anyone) will see this, but here's my journal on use Perl. I haven't quite figured out what to put here yet. . . I'm sure I'll think of something eventually.

I figured that this was more suitable to type types of things I would like to express and discuss than someplace like, oh, LiveJournal. Far more people here I can relate to :)

If you have found your way here somehow, I thank you for stopping ;) Hopefully I'll oneday have something interesting to say.

CromeDome

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  • Welcome!

    Hopefully I'll oneday have something interesting to say

    In the meantime, just post any old thing. :-) Sometimes my favorite post is something as simple as I like (insert random Perl module here)....

    One tip in case it would otherwise take you as long to realize as it did me: when posting, "plain old text" really means you can use HTML tags, but indicate paragraph breaks by using a blank line rather than the <p> tag.
    • *grin* Thanks :) It would have taken me a while, actually, to figure that out :) I appreciate you taking the time to point that out.

      And thank you for the other idea. I think you just inspired me to write another post ;)

      CromeDome