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Re^5: local our $var; What does it do?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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But it does beg the question; why when you have to explicitly enable a feature, do you have to also explicitly disable the warnings that are meaningless when you've explicitly requested the feature?
It's like when I'm using hex constants in a 64-bit build of perl and I have to explicitly disable these asinine warnings:
There is some asinine pedant in p5p adding this shit. I guess I could look up who; but then I'd feel the need to say something personal.
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