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 -> $rock->()->the->kasbah(); $rock->  ()->  the->   kasbah();
 ~> $rock~>()~>the~>kasbah(); $rock~>  ()~>  the~>   kasbah();
 &> $rock&>()&>the&>kasbah(); $rock&>  ()&>  the&>   kasbah();
 ?> $rock?>()?>the?>kasbah(); $rock?>  ()?>  the?>   kasbah();
 +> $rock+>()+>the+>kasbah(); $rock+>  ()+>  the+>   kasbah();
 !> $rock!>()!>the!>kasbah(); $rock!>  ()!>  the!>   kasbah();
 ->> $rock->>()->>the->>kasbah(); $rock->> ()->> the->>  kasbah();
 ->-> $rock->->()->->the->->kasbah(); $rock->->()->->the->-> kasbah();
 ==> $rock==>()==>the==>kasbah(); $rock==> ()==> the==>  kasbah();
 ?-> $rock?->()?->the?->kasbah(); $rock?-> ()?-> the?->  kasbah();
 ->? $rock->?()->?the->?kasbah(); $rock->? ()->? the->?  kasbah();
 &-> $rock&->()&->the&->kasbah(); $rock&-> ()&-> the&->  kasbah();
 &&-> $rock&&->()&&->the&&->kasbah(); $rock&&->()&&->the&&-> kasbah();
 -&> $rock-&>()-&>the-&>kasbah(); $rock-&> ()-&> the-&>  kasbah();
 -&&> $rock-&&>()-&&>the-&&>kasbah(); $rock-&&>()-&&>the-&&> kasbah();
 ->& $rock->&()->&the->&kasbah(); $rock->& ()->& the->&  kasbah();
 ->&& $rock->&&()->&&the->&&kasbah(); $rock->&&()->&&the->&& kasbah();
 -=> $rock-=>()-=>the-=>kasbah(); $rock-=> ()-=> the-=>  kasbah();
 =-> $rock=->()=->the=->kasbah(); $rock=-> ()=-> the=->  kasbah();
 ?> $rock?>()?>the?>kasbah(); $rock?>  ()?>  the?>   kasbah();
 ?-> $rock?->()?->the?->kasbah(); $rock?-> ()?-> the?->  kasbah();
 ?->: $rock?->:()?->:the?->:kasbah(); $rock?->:()?->:the?->: kasbah();
 ~>: $rock~>:()~>:the~>:kasbah(); $rock~>: ()~>: the~>:  kasbah();

In reply to Re^2: What operator should perl5porters use for safe dereferencing? by Anonymous Monk
in thread What operator should perl5porters use for safe dereferencing? by de-merphq

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