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Re: Not strict

by tilly (Archbishop)
on May 17, 2003 at 21:50 UTC ( #258914=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Not strict
in thread A Perl aptitude test

An interesting discussion on when it is or is not justified to break the rules starts at Re: Paradigm Shift - Don't use strict.

Yes, usage of is discussed, but goto winds up discussed more.

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Re: Re: Not strict
by Anonymous Monk on May 17, 2003 at 23:45 UTC

    I didn't think perl had _rules_, just warning signs? Leastwise, that's what I read in perldoc and the Camel.

      The rules in question were rules for good programming practices, sometimes Perl specific (eg using strict), and sometimes not (eg avoid goto). If you break these rules, Perl won't hunt you down and kill you, but your maintainance programmers might. :-)

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