[Catalyst] Re: iterating ResultSet in controller vs. template
Matt S Trout
dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Fri Jun 22 15:56:19 GMT 2007
On Thu, Jun 21, 2007 at 10:42:24AM -0400, John Goulah wrote:
> On 6/21/07, A. Pagaltzis <pagaltzis at gmx.de> wrote:
> >* John Goulah <jgoulah at gmail.com> [2007-06-20 23:15]:
> >> Your reading of this thread is evidently superficial since it
> >> was answered several times over with _much_ more helpful
> >> answers.
> >It would have been a sign of superficial reading had I repeated
> >everyone else's sufficient advice.
> >> Sorry if I opened my ignorant mouth, but I thought it fit into
> >> this list since it dealt with model, view, and controller code.
> >What I said wasn't intended as a put-down, but as advice. Sorry
> >if it wasn't more delicately put, but I don't know how I could
> >have flower-draped it. Whether you get offended and huff or take
> >it at face value and follow it is up to you; consider which
> >course of action would benefit you more. I don't care either way.
> >If you have further questions I and others will be glad to answer
> >them, and if you decide to tell me to go to hell, well *shrug*.
> >Your call.
> I do appreciate any advice, though seems as if it could have been given
> without the put-down. The real fact of the matter was that I didn't realize
> that search returns different values based on the variable you are returning
> to. And yeah I'm a bit new to perl and coming from a C background, the
> "wantarray" idea on return is still a bit foreign to me.
There was no put down.
Your understanding of perl data structures clearly -is- superficial, since your
posts up-thread indicate you don't understand the difference between an array,
an array reference, and an object.
I'd tell a C programmer who didn't know the difference between a value, a
pointer and a struct that their understanding of those data structures was
This was not a criticism of you. It was a pointer to where your knowledge
was lacking, complete with which documents to read to fix it.
I'm sorry you felt the need to get offended and be nasty to Aristotle as
payback for trying to help you; I'd suggest you do your best not to do that
to anybody else, since most of us will simply stop helping you if you behave
like that to us.
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