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Why make life more difficult for yourself when you don't have to? You could theoretically do this without using a sub at all - any recursive function can be rewritten linearly using a stack - but I don't see you looking into that option, probably because it would be add complexity. You should follow the same reasoning when choosing whether or not to implement anonymous subs.

In reply to Re: recursive anonymous subroutines by TedPride
in thread recursive anonymous subroutines by Daryn

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