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Well as I said, I couldn't test while posting from mobile.

I though that post-fix-for doesn't have an own scope, analogous to post-fix-if

So I ran a test and it turned out that post-fix-for is neither fish nor flesh, it's pretending and denying having an own scope ... ugh ...oO

please notice how the redeclaration of $x is reported but the value gets lost.

Looks like a bug...

use strict; use warnings; my $y=666 if 1; warn $y; my $x=1; my $x=42 for 1; warn $x;

"my" variable $x masks earlier declaration in same scope at c:/tmp/pm/ line 12. 666 at c:/tmp/pm/ line 7. Use of uninitialized value $x in warn at c:/tmp/pm/scope_postfix_for.p +l line 16. Warning: something's wrong at c:/tmp/pm/ line 16.

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^4: Feature Idea: qr//e by LanX
in thread Feature Idea: qr//e (updated with solutions) by haukex

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