You got a point here.
My reply, anyway, was triggered by this paragraph of
I am posting this warning because I have seen some SOPWs
where people were using this particular idiom.
...and triggered that consideration of mine, which is
general and not limited to DBI, that version
n.m+1 shouldn't break any code that works with n.m. In case
something could be broken, one should choose a new M>>m,
obviously IMHO. No attempt to blame to DBI people there
Update: Edited the HTML, misplaced tag
# Another Perl edition of a song:
# The End, by The Beatles
$you->take($love) eq $you->made($love) ;
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