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Yanick (3196)

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Wednesday June 27, 2007
04:04 PM

push @ISA, 'Married::Man'

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On Saturday, June the 23rd, me and my lovely lady joined APIs before friends, families and the Great Whitely-Bearded Hacker in the Sky (He was even kind enough to schedule some wicked light effects for the event).

Funnily enough, both the bride and the groom were wearing pearls for the occasion (in my case, it was an heirloom tie-pin given by the mother-in-law). As unforgivingly geeky as it is, I must say I got a secret kick out of that.

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  • See you for beer in 2 weeks
  • That should be

    push @ISA, 'Married::Man'
    "," not "="
    • Argh! I've corrected it, thanks! I think that I was to write 'push @ISA => 'Married::Man'', and kind of got distracted in the middle of it.

      (Or, that least, that's the less shameful explanation I can came with.)

      • It’s the less shameful explanation thay… you can… came with? (“I can has ekzplanation pleas” or something?)

        • "I can has ekzplanation pleas" or something?

          But of course.

          You see, an indubitably shameful explanation for the typo in the original subject of this post (namely, push @ISA = 'Married::Man') would be that, for a however brief moment of madness, I honestly considered that syntax to be correct.

          A slightly less shamefaced justification for the slip, however, could be to maintain that the original intent was pure (push @ISA => 'Married::Man') but led astray by circumstantial distractions. To wit: an ac