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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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    1. Work with the training provider...
    2. Don't liase with the training provider...
    3. Ignore the training provider...
    4. Ignore the training provider and their calendar...

    Actually if you have answered 'd' you either haven't read the same question as me or maybe you work for an "international training organisations" ;--)

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    mirod
    • by pjf (2464) on 2005.05.24 9:15 (#40695) Homepage Journal

      If you answered '4' then you're probably reading my journal on use.perl, which strips style information from <ol> tags.

      If you answered 'd' then you're probably reading my journal on advogato [advogato.net] or pjf.id.au [pjf.id.au] which retain the style information.

      Clearly I'll need to keep in mind the cross-platform nature of my journal in future.

      • Indeed, use.perl it is.

        I suspected something like this, but still couldn't resist nit-picking ;--(

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        mirod