in reply to Re^3: unlink fails to delete files with perculiar namesin thread unlink fails to delete files with perculiar names
$ perl -MCarp -e " my $f = unlink (666) || carp 1; die $f "
1 at -e line 1
1 at -e line 1.
No, because the OP didn't use parentheses with the unlink call, so the carp doesn't even execute.
$ perl -MCarp -e ' my $f = unlink 666 || carp 1; die $f '
0 at -e line 1.
(see Re: unlink fails to delete files with perculiar names)
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