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Re: use strict

by matze77 (Friar)
on Jan 29, 2010 at 06:55 UTC ( #820314=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to use strict

Use strict will break code, if you simply enable it afterwards.
So I think it is the right decision not to do this (Enable it by default).
I think let people decide what they do even if it is probably "Not the right way or Best Practice". Thats freedom ...
I think it is useful to use strict, but it should be used from the first line of code not enabled afterwards otherwise it will break the program almost for sure (At least it does with my simple pieces of code this wont be better with large programs?) ...

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[Eily]: Maybe the puns in his dialogues were somehow kept through translation, but I can tell he lost his accent
[LanX]: qui?
[Eily]: Astérix
1nickt gives up on finding a Perl YAML parser that supports hash merging. In 2017.
[LanX]: Oh yes true, he lost his accent! xD
[Eily]: and since his name is a modified version of astérisque (asterisk), which is a typographical symbol, I think it's even funnier that he would lose a diacritic
[Eily]: the pun doesn't work so well with "he lost a diacritic" though :P
[LanX]: Obelix might offer to find it again ...
[LanX]: not much to translate anyway since Goscinny died
[Eily]: https://en. wikipedia.org/ wiki/List_of_Aster ix_characters some of the names were changed to include a new pun

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