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  Journal: There is a word for that..... on 2009.07.07 6:41

Journal by pozer on 2009.07.07 6:41
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If chromatic continues this ignorant, bias and closed minded rant/FUD. I respectfully vote chromatic as a troll.

Not listening to other people and purposely starting fights in a publicly read site. has truly shown me that chromatic has a hidden agenda.

If you have a point of view that is fine. Give your point so we can all review and ponder what you mean. But don't intentionally make people mad because they don't agree with you. THERE IS NO POINT!!!
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  Comment: Re:MVC (Score 1) on 2009.06.02 5:59

by pozer on 2009.06.02 5:59 (#68910)
Attached to: Week 8 of -- some Druid and Hitomi fiddling
just to be clear, I stated on the VC part of the MVC. the M is your backend/database.
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  Comment: MVC (Score 1) on 2009.06.02 5:48

by pozer on 2009.06.02 5:48 (#68909)
Attached to: Week 8 of -- some Druid and Hitomi fiddling
I read up about what an MVC is at Perl Catalyst's site. It was a fairly good read but the code was not to impressive. Basically you come up with a default home page, make a method or subroutine that runs codes before any header prints, then your 2nt method/subroutine determines what location to send the user. If any none die errors or no location is requested it defaults to the default home page.
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  Comment: Maybe this is what you all are missing. (Score 1) on 2009.05.17 5:32

my $stuff = test() || '' if $some_thing;
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