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Re: PIR interfering with wireless network
Newsgroup: alt.comp.networking.connectivity
Posted by: Peter Hucker
2009-02-21 19:36:08

On Sat, 21 Feb 2009 19:33:44 -0000, Les Cargill wrote:

> Peter Hucker wrote:
>> On Fri, 20 Feb 2009 23:52:34 -0000, Rambo wrote:
>>> Peter Hucker wrote:
>>>> On Fri, 20 Feb 2009 08:48:23 -0000, Rambo wrote:
>>>>> Peter Hucker wrote:
>>>>>> On Wed, 18 Feb 2009 23:51:16 -0000, Rambo wrote:
>>>>>>> Peter Hucker wrote:


>>>>>>> "zimmer spped" ? write in english please !
>>>>>> It's plain English. Zimmer speed is the speed of a zimmer frame.
>>>>> "Zimmer speed" did not give interesting links in Google .... "Zimmer
>>>>> frame" - Yes .... It's your culture .. not mine.
>>>> Zimmer speed is obviously the speed of a Zimmer frame. FFS.

>>>>>>> You are the moron while understanding "start time" and "time length".
>>>>>> THAT isn't English.
>>>>> Correct, i rephrase it:
>>>>> You are the moron while understanding "start time" instead of "time length".
>>>> I've forgotten what the fuck we were discussing now.
>>>>>>> My reply was to explain it to you.
>>>>>>> And i repeat i agree with his conclusions about not using
>>>>>>> CRLF (CarriageReturn - LineFeed)
>>>>>> Geek.
>>>>> Stupide reply - or perhaps you did not know what a crlf is.
>>>> Yes I do. They are to be used at the end of a paragraph.
>>> OK, now i understand your problem. crlf is NOT the end of a paragraph,
>>> but he end of a LINE in windows/dos(for linux it's only a LF and for Mac
>>> it's only a CR).... You should have a look in binary of a text file
>>> created by notepad ....
>> You don't need to mark the end of a line. The line continues until you want a fresh one, when changing subject. Imagine when you're typing an essay into Word. You don't press enter until you want a new paragraph. New lines are created temporarily upon displaying the text, according to the width of the page.
> I posted the RFC. I cut and paste the relevant excerpt from the RFC.
> What the RFC says does not agree with what you say.
> This means you are wrong. Now stop being persistent in your error.

What the hell makes you think the RFC is right?

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