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Posted on 2001-06-10
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for($i=1; $i<25; $i++)
 {
  print "a";

  if($i/12==int($i/12))
   {
    print "b";
   };

  if($i/24==int($i/24))
   {
    print "c";
   };

  sleep 3600;
 };
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by:bebonham
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try this:


for(1..125)
{
if($_%12==0)
{print "b";
print "\n$_\n";
if($_%24==0){
print "c";
print "\n$_\n";
}}
}



Bob


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$|=1;
for $i ( 1..24 ){
  print "a",$i%12?"":"b",!($i%24)&&"c";
  sleep 3600;
}
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