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I like to write the dumbest and most readable code that will the job done, and only expand from there when there is a real need for it in the design.

sub done { my $self = shift; if ( $self->foo or $self->bar ) { return 0; } return 1; }

I've had many issues bite me in the tail, but precedence is rarely one of them. Then again, I have such a huge itch about readability that I had to fight off the urge to define TRUE and FALSE constants for this tiny slice of code. So take these thoughts with however many grains of salt you desire.

In reply to Re: Burned by precedence rules by webfiend
in thread Burned by precedence rules by w-ber

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