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perl T-shirt and #!/usr/bin/perl -T conflict

by dws (Chancellor)
on Jan 25, 2001 at 07:45 UTC ( #54197=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to perl -T and #!/usr/bin/perl -T conflict

When I first saw this thread in Newest Nodes, I misread it as

perl T-shirt and #!/usr/bin/perl -T conflict
(I'd recently seen jima's note about the nifty Camel T-shirt, and probably hadn't had enough sleep.)

But I wonder, doesn't a t-shirt that reads

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict;
cover only two of the four most common bits of advice handed out here? Wouldn't a truly monastery-compliant t-shirt begin
#!/usr/bin/perl -Tw use strict; use CGI; # don't reinvent the wheel
And then, on the back
(*)++ ( )-- ( )+= 0

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Re: perl T-shirt and #!/usr/bin/perl -T conflict
by wolfger (Deacon) on Dec 30, 2004 at 20:29 UTC
    Unless things were very different back then, I'm wondering how ()+= 0 is monastary-compliant.

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