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It's the unknown quantities of code written in the last 15 years that will break if use strict; suddenly becomes the default. Note that includes oodles of code that runs without problems.
The probably most widespread example for this breed is the CGI module.


You can lead your users to water, but alas, you cannot drown them.

In reply to Re^4: use strict by holli
in thread use strict by scorpio17

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