I was, of course, talking about the first extended version offered by Abigail:
$ perl -le 'print "T" if ((print "foo" or print "bar") and (not (prin
+t "foo" and print "bar"))'
More specifically, I was talking in the case A is false (messier to write with print() as a one liner, left as an exercise for the reader :-)
The point is, once you got the better, downlevel operator, use it if you need it! But no more than that.
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