The closest thing to a global variable are either "magical" variables or punctuation variables.
No. All punctuation variables are global, and some are magical. Not every global is a punctuation variable or magical. $foo
is a valid global scalar that goes in foo
's stash, just like @foo
++ vs lbh qrpbqrq guvf hfvat n ge va Crey :)
Nabgure bar vs lbh qvq fb jvgubhg ernqvat n znahny svefg.
-- vs lbh hfrq OFQ pnrfne ;)
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