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1. while (<>) { ... } or while (my $line = <>) { ... }
while (<>)

2. -w or use warnings;
-w for portability

3. sub CONSTANT () { ... } or use constant CONSTANT => ...;
use constant CONSTANT => ...

4. my ($foo, $bar) = @_; or my $foo = shift; my $bar = shift;
my ($foo, $bar) = @_;

5. for (@array) { ... } or foreach (@array) { ... }
for (@array) { ... }

6. print 'foo'; or print('foo');
print 'foo'

7. 'simple string' or "simple string"
"simple string"

8. glob '*' or <*>
Ha ha, like dws I prefer - opendir(), readdir(), closedir()

9. readline *FOO or <FOO>
<FOO>

10. for (keys %foo) { $_ and $foo{$_} } or while (my ($key, $value) = each %foo) { $key and $value }
for (keys %foo) { $_ and $foo{$_} }

-- vek --

In reply to Re: Style, style, style by vek
in thread Style, style, style by Juerd

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