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^ Fwd: [QUIZ-Solution] Maximum Sub-Array (#131)
259987 [james graypr] ...

^ Re: [QUIZ-Solution] Maximum Sub-Array (#131)
259991 [james graypr] Sorry, I didn't notice this message was sent to Ruby Talk before it
260006 [matthew.moss] I would say this is wrong. Despite being a negative sum, the non-empty
+ 260020 [james graypr] That's what I said too, early in the quiz discussion.
+ 260037 [eric.mahurin] It depends on how you want to define the sum of an empty array - zero
+ 260048 [rff_rffREMOV] I think it makes more sense to choose the zero length array from the point

^ [ANN] soap4r-1.5.7
260002 [nakahiro sar] 'SOAP4R' is an implementation of SOAP 1.1 (W3C Note).

^ How can I get the Ruby version from within a Ruby script?
260004 [tester.paul ] I want to log the current Ruby version to a log file along with the
+ 260013 [phil.meier g] Just use constant RUBY_VERSION.
| 260046 [tester.paul ] That's perfect!  Thank you.
| 260054 [shortcutter ] Robert@Babelfish2 ~
+ 260021 [dangerwillro] the constant VERSION will return the version number (only)
+ 260022 [stefano.croc] You can try
+ 260024 [AEtzold gmx.] Paul,
  260044 [paulymer5ml ] Unfortunately, this grabs the version of some Ruby, not necessarily

^ Accessing the name of the current function
260007 [ronald.fisch] Is there away to access the name of the currently defined function?
+ 260026 [dan fluentra] class Object
| 260032 [jamesthepipe] The caller() method has what you're looking for.
+ 260030 [transfire gm] On Jul 16, 10:56 am, "Ronald Fischer" <ronald.fisc...@venyon.com>

^ Re: Maximum Sub-Array (#131)
260016 [olsonas gmai] Here's my solution to the maximum sub-array problem. I'm sure my

^ convert to time value
260027 [andreacamp h] i've a timestamp value stored in a Postgres DB. I've to make the
+ 260031 [gethemant gm] It would have helpful if you could have told us your table column data
| 260039 [andreacamp h] thanks now it's ok!!!!
+ 260033 [florian.assm] don't know how res[0][1] looks like, but generally you need to parse the

^ RMagick -- TIF to PDF
260040 [rphillips en] require 'RMagick'
260053 [rmagick gmai] I'm not a big TIFF user, but I think you're seeing an instance of the
260529 [rphillips en] Well, just to close out the thread, it turns out that it's not a bug,

^ BDB
260041 [andrew geni.] is still being supported by the author?  Is there a mailing list or
260057 [tim.pease gm] I believe that is one of Guy Decoux's projects. He has not been around

^ namespaces
260056 [raffaele.bel] charset=US-ASCII;

^ Odd requirement behavior between two environments
260066 [iwhitney ssa] I'm setting up a Ruby project on a new development machine and have run into
+ 260072 [gregory.t.br] require_gem / gem are not the same as require.  They're meant for
| 260078 [iwhitney ssa] Thank you, that seems to have moved me forward.
+ 260074 [martindemell] "gem" doesn't perform an implicit require; it simply modifies $: to

^ C library extension question
260077 [fwang2 gmail] I am working on a ruby extension for a C library, and having
260112 [ryand-ruby z] What you're looking for is probably Data_Wrap_Struct and friends. See
260119 [fwang2 gmail] Thanks for the suggestion, I will take a look at the sample lib you
260122 [ryand-ruby z] I was just suggesting that thinking laterally might be an
260137 [fwang2 gmail] Under normal usage, the library expects user to supply some functions
+ 260143 [garbagecat10] Write func_a, func_b, func_c as C functions that massage their arguments
| 260148 [ryand-ruby z] Except that he wants the users to write func_[a-c] in ruby, to be
| 260166 [garbagecat10] EventMachine does exactly the same thing to invoke user-written event
+ 260149 [ryand-ruby z] I suggested rb_funcall because it is the C entry point into a ruby
+ 260152 [george.ogata] Does the library let you specify an argument to pass to these
  260313 [fwang2 gmail] Thanks for the suggestions, Ryan and George.

^ Russian translation of LTP
260081 [mshock shadr] I translated into Russian Chris Pine's original tutorial "Learn To Program".
+ 260129 [sy1234 gmail] Thank you SO MUCH.  I have some Russian and Ukrainian friends who
+ 260150 [dangerwillro] Cool !
  260202 [mshock shadr] I certainly contacted Chris Pine and asked his permission for the

^ Net::FTP and ftp.dir()
260082 [ari aribrown] Hey all,

^ system commands
260087 [ja_bowen yah] Let me first apologize I asked this question last week
+ 260095 [mikeisgreat ] using system() or backticks ``
+ 260097 [gregory.t.br] ...
  281647 [tennisbum200] response = `<some command>`

^ How to reclaim memory without GC.start
260094 [dtuttle1 gma] running loop with a local object (buffer) which eats up memory. A
+ 260107 [ari aribrown] Unfortunately, I don't know how to do it. If I did, I would include
| 260116 [caduceass gm] No, Ari.  I think you misread the program.  There is an assignment to
| 260139 [ari aribrown] Yups. That is correct. My mistake, and thanks for pointing it out! At
+ 260117 [warlickt ope] Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but...
| + 260120 [lionel-subsc] Actually, as variable affectation is done by reference and the *content*
| | 260126 [warlickt ope] I knew that... woops... **beats head on keyboard**
| | 260127 [vjoel path.b] Do you mean file.read(512, buffer) ?
| | 260135 [warlickt ope] Ahh, yes.  That would be an much prettier way to do it.
| | 260158 [vjoel path.b] It's not just prettier. With an assignment like
| | 260210 [shortcutter ] buffer = "." * 1024
| | + 260304 [dtuttle1 gma] On Jul 17, 2:51 am, "Robert Klemme" <shortcut...@googlemail.com>
| | + 263330 [erikveen gma] What's the point of initializing the buffer with 1024 characters,
| |   263442 [logancapaldo] I think the idea was to do the allocation upfront instead of when witting to
| |   263470 [shortcutter ] I believe you are right. I probably rather did it for documentary
| + 260123 [dtuttle1 gma] On Jul 16, 4:31 pm, Travis D Warlick Jr <warli...@operissystems.com>
+ 260136 [florgro gmai] buffer = ""
  263328 [erikveen gma] while file.read(512, buffer||="")

^ [ANN] Essential Rails registration now open
260098 [cohen.jeff g] I know most of us here are already Ruby developers and probably are

^ RAILS Views: entering NULL
260101 [markjreed gm] I have looked around the net and can't find the answer to this
+ 260109 [grzm seespot] Michael Glaesemann
+ 260114 [warlickt ope] 1. If you're using the date_select helper, I would add a check_box.
+ 260214 [matthewrudyj] how about date_select(*blah*, *blah*, :include_blank => true)
  260531 [markjreed gm] Ooh, nifty.  Thanks!

^ [QUIZ][SOLUTION] Maximum Sub-Array (#131)
260104 [darmaniiii y] Solution #1: Array is bound to arr
260254 [kyleaschmitt] A late late entry (I was busy yesterday).

^ memcache wrapper testing
260115 [dweldon gmai] I have a wrapper class for memcache-client (adds a little extra
+ 260160 [chris ozmm.o] Use mocks.  Check the cache_fu tests, which run against mocks and a
+ 260197 [drbrain segm] Look at how the memcache-client tests are written.  They never touch

^ Force calculation result to BigDecimal
260118 [rob99brown y] I'm doing some complex math which I need to be based on BigDecimal
260132 [caduceass gm] Here's a quick fix.  There may be a better way to handle this, though.
+ 260173 [rob99brown y] Thanks Todd...
| 260184 [lists bertra] -From time to time I wonder why there is no BigDecimal
| 260188 [rob99brown y] Indeed!  I'd rather not use Float at all in this project as it's
| 260234 [AEtzold gmx.] Dear Robert,
+ 260187 [shortcutter ] Hm....  I don't think this is a fix because once you have a float you
  260222 [caduceass gm] Can you elaborate on this?  I was under the impression that converting
  260242 [shortcutter ] Actually you are right.  I somehow thought you intended #big to be

^ Re: [ANN] Ruport Book Roundtable Discussion, 2007.07.16
260128 [gregory.t.br] Just a quick announce.  The Ruport Book roundtable is right now in

^ xmlsimple: prevent folding multiple elements into array?
260140 [farbot gmail] I have some xml that represents a somewhat weirdly formed hash.
+ 260147 [silvershockw] Man, wish I could help you there. The problem is that the only languages
| 260212 [B.Candler po] xml = <<INPUT
+ 260865 [farbot gmail] Thanks for the thoughts!  I figured I would have to move to REXML

^ regex help please - parsing an Excel Range
260168 [promos burch] I'm parsing a worksheet in EXCEL, working around (what I consider to be)
+ 260183 [phil.meier g] addr = "$G$28:$I$28"
| 260232 [promos burch] Works perfect Phil.  Thanks!  Todd
| 260598 [renard3411 g] For your first example, assuming that the cells contain 1..6, 8..13
+ 260375 [phrogz mac.c] _,col,row = /(\w+)\$?(\d+)$/.match( my_string )

^ What is the fastest way to convert a object?
260175 [magicloud.ma] Dear all,
260182 [ryand-ruby z] You don't. Ruby is strongly typed, which means that things don't just
+ 260185 [shortcutter ] Adding to that: MM, what problem are you trying to solve?
| 260190 [magicloud.ma] I am using DRb, and I have many data models need to be generated on
| + 260194 [ryand-ruby z] Wrong. Just do what you need to do in the simplest implementation
| | 260199 [magicloud.ma] Yes, thank you.
| + 260195 [shortcutter ] 1. I'd verify that "large" objects are really an issue
|   260203 [magicloud.ma] Yes, this is my problem, too.
|   260204 [shortcutter ] First thing you should make sure is that you have a clear
|   260206 [magicloud.ma] Yes, I think so, the design is important, not optimize. I am using some
|   260211 [B.Candler po] DRb uses Marshal to convert objects into a stream of bytes. It then adds
+ 260186 [magicloud.ma] Would obj.extend(Test) work?
  260189 [botp delmont] # Would obj.extend(Test) work?
  + 260191 [botp delmont] # irb(main):007:1>   def initialize
  + 260193 [magicloud.ma] Yes, that is good. Thanks.

^ Does a DRbObject run on server or client?
260192 [magicloud.ma] Dear all,
260196 [ryand-ruby z] again...
260208 [B.Candler po] Once you've read this, if there's something about the operation of DRb which

^ Re: possibly bulletproof eval()
260198 [drbrain segm] echo 'system "rm -rf /"' > public/item/photos/XX/Y_medium.jpg
260200 [drbrain segm] Hrm, sorry, no.  Too tired to notice no #{} around file.read.
260201 [phelan tttec] ActiveRecord has the write_attribute and read_attribute methods
+ 260247 [james graypr] I see you've already got the answers on eval(), which I completely
| + 260277 [ryand-ruby z] Agreed, but you can't tell from his code sample that he's not doing
| | 260280 [james graypr] That's true.  I handle it just like you do.
| + 260311 [ryand-ruby z] image server or look into using mogilefs
+ 260326 [bradphelan x] Not a problem! Just use use [] and []=  public aliases for the protected
  260327 [robert.dober] Well, good, but as I do not know AR I might have missed out on the AR

^ ruby tutorial
260215 [shaiguitar g] i've been working with ruby a long time now, and i love the language;
+ 260217 [TimHunter nc] Look at the cover of your "Pragmatic Programmers' Guide." See the pickaxe?
+ 260218 [phillipsds y] Pickaxe is very good as a reference book. Second version in
+ 260219 [perrin apoth] "The Pickaxe" is the nickname for "Programming Ruby", because of the
| 260290 [ari aribrown] <snippz0r>
| 260296 [cjsiam msn.c] If you want to have a Rails based Ruby tutorial--
| + 260300 [dangerwillro] Indeed an excellent book, but needs to be updated badly.
| + 260302 [yudi.xue gma] Like most folks, I'm learning Ruby and Rails at the same time. I have bought
|   260346 [raasdnil gma] Man...
+ 260223 [robert.dober] Well I somehow took the same path, but what really made me advance
  260226 [shaiguitar g] ;( nice to know ... i'll check into 'the ruby way'; .. what issues does
  + 260250 [dangerwillro] The Ruby Way covers  a lot of different topics, A LOT. Some are more
  + 260281 [sonoflilit g] _why's repository is at code.whytheluckystiff.net .

^ Not a question, not really news either
260220 [phillipsds y] I work for a large conservative BigCo, but have been using Ruby for
+ 260224 [robert.dober] this is indeed interesting stuff, will you keep us updated. BTW my age >> 30 ;).
| + 260225 [perrin apoth] Hmm.  Mine too.  I wonder what the common age distribution of Ruby
| | 260237 [lyle.johnson] Given that the user name on the e-mail account is "phillipsds", I'm
| | 260317 [perrin apoth] Sounds like a good movie waiting to be made.  I wonder if a movie about
| + 260228 [phillipsds y] This would make an interesting thread in itself - what people's
|   260230 [promos burch] Start 'er up!
+ 260229 [promos burch] Hey Dave.  44 here.   I started with Ruby in 2004.  It's the most

^ log4r configuration: "/dev/null" outputter question
260221 [ronald.fisch] Well, my code does seem to work, but I have the feeling that I could
260266 [tim.pease gm] There is a /dev/null equivalent on Windows, NUL:  You can use it in
260400 [ronald.fisch] Now I wonder, since Outputter is documented as *abstract* class, why

^ QtRuby - Error
260227 [ggerman gmai] I new in the ruby world.
260231 [caleb aei-te] You're mixing QtRuby versions here.  The rbuic you are using is for QtRuby for Qt3.
260235 [ggerman gmai] It's working with rbuic4

^ re-run unit test-suite
260236 [aidy.lewis g] I have parametrised the data of my unit test methods. However I would

^ Taking the bull by its horns [was background]
260238 [robert.dober] Ok I'll put my cards on the table
+ 260245 [promos burch] Male 44years
| 260291 [ari aribrown] Is anyone here in the Dartmouth/ Lake Sunapee area of New Hampshire?
+ 260246 [jan.svitok g] male 28y
| 260257 [shortcutter ] m40y, located in Germany
| + 260279 [sonoflilit g] m18y, Technion, Haifa.
| | 260293 [robert.dober] My respect I'd probably added 10 years when I was your age;)
| | 260335 [shortcutter ] And how much did you add in *your* age? ;-)
| | + 260341 [apeiros gmx.] I suspect he didn't add, I guess he's really 55 ;-p
| | | 260498 [robert.dober] Is it my wisdom that betrayed me ;)
| | + 260410 [robert.dober] I wish I had ;)
| |   + 260414 [shortcutter ] Uh, oh *cough cough* I'm sorry. :-))
| |   | 260421 [dido.sevilla] male 31ybg: (in more or less chronological order) C-64 BASIC, 6502 assembler,x86 assembler, C on MS-DOS, off to C on Solaris and GNU/Linux, todaydoing lots and lots of Ruby work, OCaml, Lisp, Objective-C, and alittle Java on the side.work: enterprise applications, web applications, distributed systemslocation: Manila, Philippines
| |   + 260423 [robert.dober] A first rum
| |     + 260427 [f andreas-s.] Oops, I forgot to add Ada to my "tried out" list. I didn't do anything
| |     | 260433 [lionel-subsc] Same here. I didn't code anything in Ada, but I had to learn it to code
| |     + 260431 [michael.ulm ] I'm more surprised that Ruby only got one vote. I thought I saw it
| |     | 260438 [robert.dober] LOL
| |     + 260535 [bulliver bad] Well, I for one taught myself Lua. Couple things about it: 1. It is very fast.
| |       260652 [znmeb cesmai] A good tweaked Forth will tie or beat that record. I guess it depends on
| + 260298 [caduceass gm] m33y
| | 261102 [cliffrowley ] m30y (31 on Thursday!)
| + 260546 [lloyd 2live4] Actually, Delphi came out 12 years ago and Pascal was object oriented
|   + 260559 [jwkenne attg] No, Borland Turbo Pascal was. Borland Turbo Pascal != Pascal.
|   + 260562 [robert.dober] Well no that I am done with the bookkeeping I can answer this :)
|   + 260568 [perrin apoth] Technically, Object Pascal and certain other Pascal extensions are object
|     260596 [dastels dave] charset=US-ASCII;
|     260600 [robert.dober] Wow I gotta find some time to redo my stats tomorrow, cause I got
|     260610 [dastels dave] Mostly because I never got around to signing up until today :(
|     260614 [lionel-subsc] If it is "Beyond Test Driven Development: Behaviour Driven Development"
|     260615 [dastels dave] That's the one.  and thanks.
+ 260295 [m.fellinger ] male 22y
| 260299 [dangerwillro] male 32y
+ 260301 [ryand-ruby z] male 34 seattle wa
| + 260312 [donald.ball ] m33y
| | 260314 [gethemant gm] m23y
| + 260367 [znmeb cesmai] The only language I ever truly fell in love with was Lisp 1.5. It's been
|   260373 [john.carter ] Well, it was the lisp in lisp interpreter in the original Mcarthy book
|   260380 [znmeb cesmai] I do have the MIT Press Lisp 1.5 manual and McCarthy's two papers on
|   260383 [martindemell] Which dialect? I've gotten into Chicken lately and it's very pleasant to use.
|   + 260386 [d_rems yahoo] Male 43years
|   | 260506 [robert.dober] I know that will reveal my origin, but what the heck ;)
|   | + 260512 [robert.dober] Last rum)
|   | | + 260513 [robert.dober] oops I guess there is no language called cppi, so that will just add
|   | | + 260518 [robert.dober] Erratum
|   | | + 261370 [kaldrenon gm] Yet another male (Maybe YAM will replace YAPH some day? *sigh*)
|   | |   261376 [znmeb cesmai] Unless there's a financial reason, I'd skip Perl and focus on Ruby. And
|   | |   + 261379 [kaldrenon gm] On Jul 23, 12:30 pm, "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <zn...@cesmail.net>
|   | |   | 261456 [znmeb cesmai] I wasn't aware there was anything "academic" in Perl -- it's just an
|   | |   | 261470 [perrin apoth] Considering Perl was created by a linguist, I'd think you might take that
|   | |   + 261403 [m_goldberg a] I second that. Scheme over Common Lisp for sure. Also, I'd go for
|   | |   | 261455 [znmeb cesmai] Actually, if you know both Scheme and Forth well, I wouldn't bother with
|   | |   + 261404 [perrin apoth] Unless you're Ed, I wouldn't skip Perl.  I actually like the the
|   | |     261410 [robert.dober] Another variation on the perl theme: Wait for Perl 6 though -- you
|   | |     261425 [perrin apoth] I don't think it's necessary to wait for Perl 6 -- but I'm certainly
|   | |     261452 [znmeb cesmai] I'm just totally bored with Perl -- Perl 4 was a great improvement over
|   | |     + 261464 [robert.dober] Well I dunno if I followed correctly there will be nothing like Perl6
|   | |     + 261469 [perrin apoth] Well . . . that's another sense in which I don't think it's necessary to
|   | + 261221 [d_rems yahoo] Nc bat. Se vedno brcamo ;)
|   + 260495 [znmeb cesmai] I haven't settled on an implementation yet. Chicken is a good one, but
|     260526 [martindemell] Stalin, but it's R4RS and seems to be more an academic research
|     260648 [znmeb cesmai] I installed *every* Scheme that Gentoo has to offer this morning. That
+ 260305 [gregory.t.br] male 21y
| + 260358 [tom infoethe] m35y
| | 260364 [znmeb cesmai] I hope there's some kind of prize for the person who's been doing this
| + 260548 [anthonyeden ] male 30y
+ 260315 [m_goldberg a] male, 70, retired programmer (after 46 years of working at it)
| 260366 [znmeb cesmai] Dang ... someone beat me out for "doing it the longest". Not by much,
| 260475 [m_goldberg a] I also began programming on an IBM 650 (in 1958). Oh, the fond
| + 260478 [robert.dober] Playing dungeon and dragons or something like that on it, you see I
| + 260539 [jwkenne attg] You missed the fun part -- it was an /optimizing/ assembler.
|   260620 [m_goldberg a] Optimizing, schmoptizing -- the only optimization it performed was to
|   260634 [jwkenne attg] Symbolic Optimizing", I rather think.
|   260668 [m_goldberg a] I was depending on a nearly fifty-year old memory, but Google (whose
|   + 260669 [znmeb cesmai] Yes ... it was Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program, and yes, I actually
|   + 260873 [jwkenne attg] Never had a 650 to work on, but read the manual once, a long, long, long
|     260898 [m_goldberg a] I wouldn't characterize any 70X/70X0 machine as a follow-on to the
|     260998 [jwkenne attg] A) There were a number of completely different 70x/70x0 lines, and, B)
|     + 261055 [m_goldberg a] That's pretty complete. I've never read a history of IBM -- I was
|     | + 261069 [rick.denatal] Well I'm working somewhat from memory, but the 1130 was later (1965)
|     | + 261075 [jwkenne attg] From a marketing viewpoint, but not architecturally, it was the
|     |   + 261086 [znmeb cesmai] Ah, the 1130 -- the computer IBM named after lunch time. :)
|     |   + 261087 [m_goldberg a] beginning in 1962. The one I used must have been one of the
|     |     + 261092 [m_goldberg a] Let me say -- before somebody else points it out -- that I know the
|     |     | 261093 [znmeb cesmai] When I worked in a 1620 shop, we had a 407 to generate the reports from
|     |     | 261142 [m_goldberg a] A 407? I used one of those to print punched card output from the 650.
|     |     | + 261143 [znmeb cesmai] This was decidedly a low-budget shop. I think we got a line printer when
|     |     | | 261162 [jwkenne attg] Yeah, but the 1132, the line printer of the 1130, was essentially a
|     |     | + 261163 [jwkenne attg] It could attach a 1443, which had maintenance problems of its own.
|     |     + 261161 [jwkenne attg] The only plotter IBM ever offered commercially, if I recall aright,
|     |       261169 [rick.denatal] As I recall, the plotter was a bit of badge-engineering, it was really
|     |       261174 [jwkenne attg] That's always been my impression, though, never having been a plotter
|     |       261177 [znmeb cesmai] a couple of assembly-language plot routines for it that ran *rings*
|     |       261288 [rick.denatal] We had a neat little orbital-mechanics game for ours.  It drew two
|     + 261084 [znmeb cesmai] Considering the price and strategic nature of the technology, you pretty
|       261164 [jwkenne attg] I have heard otherwise, that the 703 was an intended offline tape
+ 260322 [apeiros gmx.] 25m, swiss
| 260338 [lionel-subsc] m31y, located in France
| 260350 [lionel-subsc] whoops, Caml. I really forgot this one :-)
+ 260355 [john.carter ] male 47y
| + 260501 [matz ruby-la] Just curious, but what is mortran?  Fortran for Martians?
| | 260508 [znmeb cesmai] Mortran was Macro Fortran. It came out of one of the California
| | 260537 [matz ruby-la] No, I've never used CLU in my life.  I just read the article on it,
| + 261235 [wonado donne] male 54y
|   261244 [pit.capitain] male 46y
|   261268 [vshepelev im] male 24y
|   261436 [kbloom gmail] male 24y
+ 260388 [michael.ulm ] male, 40y
| 260494 [znmeb cesmai] Hmmm ... AI but not Lisp?
| 260692 [michael.ulm ] I'm working on things like pattern recognition and document
| 260748 [james graypr] I'm exactly the same way.  However, toying with Lisp did make me
| 260784 [perrin apoth] S-expression syntax really does make for a great data format.  I think
+ 260393 [alex blackke] Might as well chuck my hat in here...
+ 260417 [f andreas-s.] - 23y
+ 260435 [perrin apoth] Okay, here goes . . .
+ 260450 [alexandru gl] male 30y
+ 260453 [jesper exilr] Male, 32 years old. Location: Malm Scania (sweden).
+ 260474 [daniel.schie] Nice initiative!
+ 260534 [fred lacave.] So...
| 260544 [james graypr] Wow Fred, you and I have a lot in common.  I manage the Ruby Gateway,
| 260555 [fred lacave.] I've had worse users.  (The user is the enemy (tm).)
| 260556 [james graypr] Sounds great.  Keep us posted!
+ 260541 [warlickt ope] male 21y
+ 260554 [dblack wobbl] Male, 48yo.  Residence: New Jersey, USA.
+ 260605 [vjoel path.b] m39y
+ 260935 [phillipsds y] male, 35, Australian(Canberra)
+ 260972 [list.push gm] Male
| 260976 [kyleaschmitt] Ehh, why not?
| 261074 [eleanor game] First computer: RM 380Z (school), Oric-1 (home)
| + 261082 [lists bertra] BSD preferred is ok; but XP preferred to Linux??? Please
| + 261113 [robert.dober] So we have a lady and nobody seems to notice :(
|   261115 [shortcutter ] <warning>Generalizing from yourself might lead to wrong
|   261117 [robert.dober] Do you think I am of the gender gender? (Which would be?)
|   261119 [alex blackke] I think most of us realised a while ago, and didn't think it worth
|   261137 [robert.dober] No of course not, only in the context of the thread in question!
+ 261109 [dzwell gmail] Why the heck not...
| 261111 [has.sox gmai] Another 30y.o. Male. ;)
+ 261116 [sylvain.joye] male 26y
+ 261135 [stack.tcpip ] = Langs
+ 261314 [aiofe thorne] female 26 yr old
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