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I see no reason why code that doesn't use strict should not be considered here. There is plenty of valid code that doesn't use strict. While using strict and warnings does catch most errors, neither are absolutely necessary for good code, but they are desirable, especially for beginners.


In reply to Re: Should code that does not use strict even be considered here? by Moriarty
in thread Should code that does not use strict even be considered here? by morgon

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