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> They need to be able to throw named exceptions which the
> caller can choose to catch or not. die is the closest thing to a
> exception in Perl, and eval is a long way from a try block.
> Worse, perl's sub routine simplicity of having subroutines
> take a variable number of arguments ...
0 - I'm a blankster
0 - My devices have no keyboard
0 - I use a chorded keyboard that transcends your concept of keys
26 - I need the other keys for Perl sigils!
31 - I write code in the original APL
31 - ß counts only as one letter!
∞ - I use an Optimus keyboard
ℵ1 - I reject your Latin-centric notion of letters
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