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Ah... yes. That would make it a bug. Sorry.

It doesn't seem to be the ternary operator causing the havoc, or pattern matching though:

$,=", "; my $i; print $i++, $i, $i++, $i, $i++, $i;


0, 3, 1, 3, 2, 3

Using Dump, we can see that the optimizer is assuming that $1 must be constant for the length of time it takes to evaluate the list:

use Data::Dump::Streamer; my $i; print Dump \($i++, $i, $i++, $i, $i++, $i);


$SCALAR1 = \do { my $v = 0 }; $SCALAR2 = \do { my $v = 3 }; $SCALAR3 = \do { my $v = 1 }; $SCALAR4 = $SCALAR2; $SCALAR5 = \do { my $v = 2 }; $SCALAR6 = $SCALAR2;

The autoincrement is also not a necessary ingredient:

use Data::Dump::Streamer; print Dump \("x"=~/(x)/, $1, "y"=~/(y)/, $1, "z"=~/(z)/, $1);


$SCALAR1 = \do { my $v = 'x' }; $SCALAR2 = \do { my $v = 'z' }; $SCALAR3 = \do { my $v = 'y' }; $SCALAR4 = $SCALAR2; $SCALAR5 = \do { my $v = 'z' }; $SCALAR6 = $SCALAR2;

In reply to Re^5: Strange Regex Behavior by quester
in thread Strange Regex Behavior by Manchego

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