the bald man speaketh
An XMLList with one child whose value is "true".Man, that was fun to trace! :-D
Good one mat that is true and traced it for one hour
Man, that is impressive. And disgusting.There is a certain buzz I get from reading URL encoded content - especially if it was originally xml so it's full of complex % values. At times, regex can look a little like this, can't it?I had an idea once that it might be very beautiful to write mini poems, jokes or proverbs using nothing but regex.But you've out-geeked me here. *pat on the back* :)
Jeeze, cant believe that would actually compile. Filthy but oddly beautiful at the same time :P
Regex is comparatively simple, I think. It's just a representation of a finite state machine.
should return the value of <>False="true" that node
its getting the value here [.@False] with the E4X notation