"Dismissal under a catch-all term as a
micro-optimisation suggests that the designers were wrong."
I disagree. I interpret that to mean "use with caution".
knows me. He asked me a damn good question and
i answered with my opinion
. No where did
say that the designers of Perl should be
"embroiled, confused and kept in the quagmire" for adding
"Add this to the list of other perl features equally dismissed in this place as being non-useful ..."
Who said obfuscation is non-useful? :P
Oh, and even if you didn't directly direct the comment at
me, you did so indirectly by replying directly to
me. :) (one self-ascribed expert ... oooookay)
Sigh ... all of this bitterness ... i think it's
PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME!!!
(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
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