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2018-05-14 Your Mother Re^5: Data Transfer using CAN (Controller Area Network) Re:SoPW
2018-05-14 BrowserUk Re^13: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-13 perl-diddler Re^12: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-13 perl-diddler Re^12: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-13 perl-diddler Re^2: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-12 BrowserUk Re^11: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 ikegami Re: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 ikegami Re^7: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 LanX Re^2: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 Anonymous Monk Re: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 LanX Re^11: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-11 perl-diddler Re^10: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 ikegami Re: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 BrowserUk Re^9: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 perl-diddler Re^8: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 shmem Re: World peace can best be achieved by: Re:Poll
2018-05-10 BrowserUk Re^7: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 perl-diddler Re^6: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 haukex Re^4: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 BrowserUk Re^5: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 perl-diddler Re^4: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-10 perl-diddler Re^4: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 BrowserUk Re^3: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 perldigious Re^3: World peace can best be achieved by: Re:Poll
2018-05-09 QM Re^9: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 BrowserUk Re^3: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 LanX Re^4: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 haukex Re^3: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 haukex Re^2: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 LanX Re^3: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-09 LanX Re^3: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-08 perl-diddler Re^2: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-08 perl-diddler Re^2: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-08 LanX Re: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-08 BrowserUk Re: can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? Re:SoPW
2018-05-08 perl-diddler can sub check context for lvalue vs rvalue context? SoPW
2018-05-08 perldigious Re: World peace can best be achieved by: Re:Poll
2018-05-08 TheDamian Re^8: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 Veltro Re: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 Anonymous Monk Re^7: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 LanX Re^7: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 TheDamian Re^6: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 TheDamian Re^5: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 TheDamian Re^4: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-07 TheDamian Re^3: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-06 LanX Re^2: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (Devel::Callsite) Re:SoPW
2018-05-06 TheDamian Re: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? Re:SoPW
2018-05-05 LanX Re: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? (state) Re:SoPW
2018-05-05 LanX Re^2: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? Re:SoPW
2018-05-05 Perlbotics Re: Can I check if a loop's scope is entered for the first time? Re:SoPW

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[Discipulus]: ovedpo15 A subroutine may be called using an explicit & prefix. The & is optional in modern Perl... see perlsub in docs and search for ampersand
[Discipulus]: it has some, even dangerous, implication
[Discipulus]: I still use but I also attract many critics for this: I use when I call subs defined in the very same file, just to recognize them. You can avoid (but sometimes is needed)

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