Unfortunately, even questions like yours here are often unanswerable to your 100% standard. Take heart, I think it's an interesting Monday night question, regardless of some of the tone in my comments below.

It's a mushy issue composed of mushy parts (which Larry understands very well in designing Perl itself):

I'm confident that I've not 100% addressed, much less 100% answered 100% of your questions/comments in your post and this is likely to either annoy you, or simply serve as an example of the issue you've brought up.

I've not even touched the implementation suggestions (others will or have). In my case, since I'll concede I didn't answer you 100%, the question of whether to do anything is a senior issue to how to do it.

Do ut des


In reply to Re: How to know whether question in SOPW is entirely answered or not? by tjh
in thread How to know whether question in SOPW is entirely answered or not? by Chicken

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