[Catalyst] Re: iterating ResultSet in controller vs. template
jgoulah at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 17:48:39 GMT 2007
On 6/22/07, Matt S Trout <dbix-class at trout.me.uk> wrote:
> 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.
> > Aristotle,
> > 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
> > that search returns different values based on the variable you are
> > 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
> posts up-thread indicate you don't understand the difference between an
> 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
> superficial too.
> 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
> to anybody else, since most of us will simply stop helping you if you
> like that to us.
My apologies, hastily written response-
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