The article says:
"defined-or No more $x = defined $y ? $y : $z,
you may write $x = $y // $z instead."
Does "no more" in this case mean you are no longer *allowed* to do it, or you no longer *need* to do it, because there is an easier way?
I must assume the latter!
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