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In reply to Re^3: use feature 'postderef'; # Postfix Dereference Syntax is coming in 5.20 so, see you at 5.26 when its removed by Your Mother
in thread use feature 'postderef'; # Postfix Dereference Syntax is coming in 5.20 by Anonymous Monk

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