Gah, fat-fingered before I could send.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Tommy Morgan <tommy.morgan / gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: unsubscribe
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 18:31:33 -0400

Hi John;

If you examine the headers for the email, you'll see that you need to
send "unsubscribe" to a different address:



-----Original Message-----
From: clintwill / comcast.net
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Cc: John Pritchard-williams <monojohnny / googlemail.com>
Subject: unsubscribe
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 07:02:01 +0900

unsubscribe

Feel free to awake this list's Owner so that he/she can remove my name.

I've tried "unsubscribe" for the past 48 hours.

CW.
 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: John Pritchard-williams <monojohnny / googlemail.com>
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> > ... and as Integers are immutable ++ cannot change the underlying object..
> 
> That makes sense : and I guess 'x++'=> x+1 would be just confusing..
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> I mean like this:
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> a+=1 (which of course IS valid)
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> a++ - could in theory mean "Take the value pointed at by a currently, 
> increment it and re-point 'a' at that new object"...
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> but then people might abuse it and not realize (as I hadn't really) that 
> Integers are immutable...and give the garbage collector a really hard 
> time...
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> Cheers
> 
> John
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