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The first would work if you provided an extra set of parens or unary plus to make it parse the way you intended it to in light of the optional paren behavior.

$ perl -MO=Deparse,-q,-p -e 'print +(1,2,3)[1];' print(((1, 2, 3))[1]); -e syntax OK $ perl -MO=Deparse,-q,-p -e 'print( (1,2,3)[1] );' print(((1, 2, 3))[1]); -e syntax OK

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In reply to Re: Anonymous Arrays or Anonymous Array References by Fletch
in thread Anonymous Arrays or Anonymous Array References by Anonymous Monk

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