You're countering a statement about a specific Perl statement with statement about the general case.

Yes, operand evaluation order is officially not defined. Assignments are a special case. Assignments are guaranteed to evaluate their RHS argument first to allow the following to work:

my $i = $i; local $i = $i;

It does seem to be somewhere other than perlop.


In reply to Re^7: Boolean counter? by ikegami
in thread Boolean counter? by DreamT

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