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Yes, same result. Here is how I tested it:

> perl { use warnings; } print $x; <EOF> > perl BEGIN { if( {require warnings} ) { warnings->import(); } } print $x; <EOF> Use of uninitialized value in print at - line 3. > perl BEGIN { eval { require warnings; import warnings; } } print $x; <EOF> Use of uninitialized value in print at - line 3. >
First is the "control" case to show that 'use warnings' inside of a block doesn't have an effect outside of the block. Next is my method, and the warning generated shows that there is an effect (since I have in this version of Perl). Last is your method, which also works.

The 'hint' pragmas all work very much the same so this trick works for 'strict', 'warnings', 'bytes', etc.

                - tye

In reply to Re^4: use bytes without breaking perl 5.005 or 5.004? (same) by tye
in thread use bytes without breaking perl 5.005 or 5.004? by joshclark

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