Perl has so many weird behaviours (or behaviours which appear to be weird before you understand them...), exceptions and details.
When I think of "Perl's tiny details", the first thing that pops in my mind, ever since I've read about it, is the difference between \(@array,@brray)
. (And I have no idea why;)
So..What do you think of?What's your favourite "detail"?
P.S: Trying to Deparse the two, I get the same output...Seems like a bug to me... Or am I wrong?
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