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Re^4: Passing DATA filehandle to a module under strict

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 26, 2012 at 15:14 UTC ( #950117=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Passing DATA filehandle to a module under strict
in thread Passing DATA filehandle to a module under strict

If you're even going to spend time finding out whether you can do any of the above, you're not only doing it wrong, you're also wasting the money of whoever is paying you.

If you're going to be passing around bareword filehandles, you're supposed to use typeglobs or typeglob references -- its a lesson well worth the time learning, and if he just turned off strict, never would have learned it


Comment on Re^4: Passing DATA filehandle to a module under strict
Re^5: Passing DATA filehandle to a module under strict
by JavaFan (Canon) on Jan 26, 2012 at 15:19 UTC
    As I've told you (or one of your clones) before, in my first reply, I made it clear I was talking in general terms. But I guess actually reading and understanding a complete paragraph is a bit too difficult for some people.

      As I've told you (or one of your clones) before, in my first reply, I made it clear I was talking in general terms. But I guess actually reading and understanding a complete paragraph is a bit too difficult for some people.

      You've taken the OPs question as an opportunity to show off, giving advice which specifically doesn't apply in this case, without sufficient prefacing or explaining the details.

      You're by your own definition wasting our time calling bull****

      Meditations is that way, you can pontificate on anything you want without bothering the OP (without trolling)

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