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sub foo ($$) { print "@_\n"; } foo(1,2,3); >>> Too many arguments for main::foo at ...
Could you please explain that in a little more detail? I'd really appreciate it, as I don't know what's meant by "prototypes".

But my concern is about what to do if I'm writing a module, not if I'm using a module. Perhaps the real answer is, write good and unambiguous documentation?
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In reply to Re: Re: What Are The Rules For Subs And Modules When Fed Wrong Input by Cody Pendant
in thread What Are The Rules For Subs And Modules When Fed Wrong Input by Cody Pendant

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