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Old 01-10-2017, 09:06 AM   #1
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LXer: My own old weird code

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Ever gone back through your own old scripts and programs, taken a look at something and wondered aloud what it was you were trying to do at the time? Happens to most system administrators probably once a while, developers probably a bit more frequently. Recently I had the displeasure of doing this myself and while lots of it was comical most of it was just tragic. It can't all be serious all the time so here is a look at some of the strangeness I cam across.



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