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Re^3: Modification of a read-only value attemptedby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Nov 27, 2012 at 13:57 UTC||Need Help??|
So why we can't change $c=1000?
As roboticus points out, you can make that change. That is, you can overwrite the value in $c -- currently the address of the constant 99 -- with any other value.
What you cannot do is overwrite the value held at the address held in $c, because it is a constant.
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