what's the difference between these two methods? (aka, why doesn't one of them work?)

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Nov 3 04:28:40 CET 2006


John Salerno wrote:
> Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> 
>>JohnJSal wrote:
>>
>>
>>>That's a perfectly valid comment, but in this case just not applicable.
>>>I spent a lot of time working through my original question before
>>>posting, but I just couldn't get it.
>>
>>how do you fit "a lot of time" into 18 minutes?
>>
>></F>
>>
> 
> Hmmm, I had tried to cancel sending that post but I guess it didn't 
> work. As I was sending it, I said to myself, "well, maybe I didn't spend 
> enough time before asking."
> 
> But I guess rather than "a lot of time", I'm thinking I tried "a lot of 
> things," or at least all I could think of.

Don't worry. It's sometimes difficult for the effbot to remember we 
aren't all as fearsomely intelligent as it is. I think it does a 
remarkably complete emulation of a human being:

   http://www.flickr.com/photos/30842681@N00/152495923/

For what it's worth it's also amazingly helpful if you can ignore to 
sometimes acerbic wit.

regards
  Steve
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