Cool Weather, Pantihose, and Pleasant Surprises

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Re: Cool Weather, Pantihose, and Pleasant Surprises

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Daryl wrote:My calves are the same size as yours. I wear these in the deep winter... https://www.sockdreams.com/long-cuffabl ... socks.html
You are my new hero! Thank you for this. Although I have to say their programmers need a bit of education regarding what "sort by ascending price" means...
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Ralph wrote:
Daryl wrote:My calves are the same size as yours. I wear these in the deep winter... https://www.sockdreams.com/long-cuffabl ... socks.html
You are my new hero! Thank you for this. Although I have to say their programmers need a bit of education regarding what "sort by ascending price" means...
Heh, programmers in general are the enemies of the internets. Only a programmer could think that telling people to not type any spaces was a superior idea to simply ignoring the spaces that people type when putting in their credit card numbers. It doesn't suprise me that a programmer would think that "sort by ascending price" means "show the products we want to promote".

And before all you programmers get your knickers in knots at me, remember that I was one of you once.
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Yeah, I remember having to do all sorts of filtering of the input data to remove spaces, extraneous characters and anything else that I thought the induhvidual could type before actually getting round to sorting and sequencing in Basic, C, sql or any of the other languages. Otherwise you get some very strange results.
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Sinned wrote:Yeah, I remember having to do all sorts of filtering of the input data to remove spaces, extraneous characters and anything else that I thought the induhvidual could type before actually getting round to sorting and sequencing in Basic, C, sql or any of the other languages. Otherwise you get some very strange results.
Well at least you did it, which makes you a hero in my books.

If I could have gotten QBasic to run in CGI scripts on an Apache webserver, I might never have learned Perl (which is the bees knees for that sort of thing).
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