|Well..."caution" at least. ;-)
This reminds me of something which Id like to make as an informal feature request for Perl 6. I had an idea ages ago (even wrote a prototype) for a pragma called
My idea was simply to roll together use warnings and use strict into one easy to type pragma. When I brought it up on C.L.P.M people also mentioned that it maybe should include other options, like perhaps taint and diagnostics.
Maybe its a silly idea, but I alwas thought it would be cool to have the words 'use caution;' at the top of a program. :-)
Yves / DeMerphq
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