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Operator or semicolon missing before &__inline at (eval 117) line 1 (# +1) (S ambiguous) You used a variable or subroutine call where the par +ser was expecting an operator. The parser has assumed you really mean +t to use an operator, but this is highly likely to be incorrect. For . +..
This warning appears every time I run this program, but it runs anyway.
I am stumped by '&__inline at (eval 117) line 1 (#1)', since I have no evals; the only '&' characters are in '&&' (logical and); and line 117 is a '}' only.

Where/what is the offending code??

-- UPDATE ------ I found the same message in a Ubuntu bug report. It is a 1-line include with +W processing.
But no description of Why or what it means.

-- UPDATE 2 ----

require 'sys/;
stopped the warning message from appearing, and also clean compiles.
replacing with:
{ no warnings; require 'sys/; }
did not stop the warnings.

It is always better to have seen your target for yourself, rather than depend upon someone else's description.

In reply to Stumped by a warning by Wiggins

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