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use strict; #always and forever, amen.
use warnings; #or else.
#@ARGV is an array containing the arguments supplied. We're taking the
+ first value.
#This here will show you exactly what has been put into $argument.
#will first print out the contents of $bar, then $baz because
#those are the arguments given.
my ($shape, $size) = @_;
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