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Re: Funniest Variable/Subroutine names

by MZSanford (Curate)
on Apr 05, 2002 at 08:56 UTC ( #156857=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Funniest Variable/Subroutine names

I, like everyone, use meaningful names, but, we have all had our moments of levity, so here are a few :

  • &dont_miss_the_egress() - thanks Mr. Barnum
  • $yonko_the_sane_variable_of_doom - from a 5 line temp script.
  • %dung_heap - big HoH
  • And, Wookie tends to put comments after use strict;, which i think belong here :
    • use strict; # only the bad ones don't
    • use strict; # if you want to live
    • use strict; # for world peace
    • use strict; # or else ...
    • use strict; # or wait til your father gets home
    • use strict; # [CENSORED] - many of these

from the frivolous to the serious


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