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in reply to Strict and warnings: which comes first?

In my code, i use (updateable-by-script) boilerplates:

#---AUTOPRAGMASTART--- use 5.020; use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; use mro 'c3'; use English qw(-no_match_vars); use Carp; our $VERSION = 2.3; use Fatal qw( close ); use Array::Contains; #---AUTOPRAGMAEND---

...and yes, i still need to switch to autodie

perl -e 'use MIME::Base64; print decode_base64("4pmsIE5ldmVyIGdvbm5hIGdpdmUgeW91IHVwCiAgTmV2ZXIgZ29ubmEgbGV0IHlvdSBkb3duLi4uIOKZqwo=");'

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Re^2: Strict and warnings: which comes first?
by afoken (Canon) on Nov 13, 2019 at 15:42 UTC
    use 5.020; use strict;

    use 5.020 implies use strict (since v5.12) and use feature (not relevant here), even without loading strict.pm or feature.pm - see use.

    Alexander

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      I know. But i decided to have "use strict" at the top of every perl file anyway. Just to make sure everyone reading it automatically knows it's in strict mode.

      perl -e 'use MIME::Base64; print decode_base64("4pmsIE5ldmVyIGdvbm5hIGdpdmUgeW91IHVwCiAgTmV2ZXIgZ29ubmEgbGV0IHlvdSBkb3duLi4uIOKZqwo=");'