in reply to Re^2: Warning while using ternary operator
in thread Warning while using ternary operator
But my question is where does $i ne 'one' is happening in my code ? $i is assgined to 'one' and not getting changed.
The point is that the compiler knows at compile-time that 'nothing' is in a void context; so it warns you.
You can choose to ignore that warning; or you could even disable it; but it is surely better to simply correct the code.
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