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I get the same error in both examples:
use strict; my $v = 'x'; print qq"$v{a}"; __END__ Global symbol "%v" requires explicit package name at line 3. Execution of aborted due to compilation errors.
I agree that the attention should be moved to double quotes, anyway. This gives the very same error as above:
use strict; my $v = 'x'; print qq{$v\{a\}}; __END__ Global symbol "%v" requires explicit package name at line 3. Execution of aborted due to compilation errors.
while this doesn't:
use strict; my $v = 'x'; print "$v\{a\}"; __END__ x{a}
I'm not convinced that it'is an incarnation of the problem described in the documentation, anyway: in our case we have a different behaviour in the very same string when the double-quoted string is delimited with different characters, which is not what's discussed in the docs.

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In reply to Re^4: Bug in substitution operator? by polettix
in thread Bug in substitution operator? by polettix

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