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Re: Re: Re: Unusual Closure Behaviourby iakobski (Pilgrim)
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HyperZonk and Synapse0 have both suggested that the my is being ignored and all that is happenning is that $x is simply global.
It's a good theory, and certainly what I thought when I first looked at it. But it's easy to see that this isn't true: try comparing
I reckon the real reason is the explanation given by Abigail.
Now I don't think I would ever write my $x if 0 unless I wanted to get the sack for writing obscure code, but how about:
would that be difficult to understand? Would it carry on working in the future?