The issue is the other conditional.
If the dog is barking let him in otherwise give him a bone, but only if it is raining.
This sentence reads nicer if we place the "if it is raining" earlier in the sentence. I however, would force the truth of $country
my $country = $card->country || 'gbr';
$country = $country eq 'gbr' ? '' : uc "[$country]";
Unfortunately, this breaks when we need to check definedness (until we have a reliable // operator). In that case (assume "0" is a valid country) I would probably go with something like:
my $country = $card->country;
$country = (!defined($country) or $country eq 'gbr') ? '' : uc "[$coun
Which is just as complex as the original, but the full conditional is easier to find.
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