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Re: Re: Perlmonk's "best pratices" in the real world

by cchampion (Curate)
on Nov 13, 2003 at 10:58 UTC ( #306763=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perlmonk's "best pratices" in the real world
in thread Perlmonk's "best pratices" in the real world

I too throw out all the 'best practises' from time to time because they do slow down development

I fail to see how strict and warnings could slow down your development. I would say it's quite the opposite. Without strict and warnings it takes longer to realize where the mistakes lie, thus increasing your development time.


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Re: Re: Re: Perlmonk's "best pratices" in the real world
by EvdB (Deacon) on Nov 13, 2003 at 11:03 UTC
    I mean this in very limited circumstances such as:
    perl -e '$a = "abcde"; print ($a =~ m/a.c/ ? "hit" : "miss");';
    If it ever goes into a file then use strict, use warnings is ALWAYS there at the top. ALWAYS.

    --tidiness is the memory loss of environmental mnemonics

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