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chaoticset (2105)

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JAPH. (That's right -- I'm not Really Inexperienced any more.)

I'm not just here, I'm here [], and here [] too, I ramble randomly in my philosophical blog [] and my other blog []. Soon I'll come in a convenient six-pack.

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Tuesday January 08, 2002
12:54 PM

Argument "Abeyance" isn't numeric in numeric lt ()

[ #1981 ]
[Tue Jan 08 12:38:27 2002] [error] [client] Argument "Abeyance" isn't numeric in numeric lt () at c:\APACHE~1\APACHE\CGI-BIN\GUICS.PL line 182.

Ripped from the error logs. *eye roll*

I wrote a huge, thoughtful post for my wretched blog and the web promptly ate it the moment I hit 'post and publish'. The echoes resound through my head still: "There MUST be a better way..."

Well, whatever I did (and all I did was change some of the test names!), it's made a bunch of problems. I think something got shifted somewhere.

The problem is with

sub rounded {
if (($_) && ($_ if (($_) && ($_ return int ($_ + 1);
} else { return int $_; } }

because the line error it gives is at line 182, the first if statement.

My only thought is that I've written the sub wrong here. "Isn't $_ supposed to be $_[0]?"

That said, I'm going to make the change and see if it works. If it doesn't, I'll have no choice but to make a pot of coffee and drink most of it.

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