I was browsing trough the rules for Perl Golf, when I saw the following one-liner:

perl -wle 'print []+0'

On my macine, it returns 134531284, and indeed the page says: "You may assume that such an address will be > 100000 (At least one machine is known where the number is 156000) You may assume the address is a multiple of 4." So it has something to do with addresses of objects, but since I've never heard about this in the context of perl before, I hope that someone can clarify this for me.

In reply to addresses of objects by BioGeek

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