Now the warning resides in perlsyn
, and it says
NOTE: The behaviour of a "my" statement modified with a statement
modifier conditional or loop construct (e.g. "my $x if ...") is
undefined. The value of the "my" variable may be "undef", any previously
assigned value, or possibly anything else. Don't rely on it. Future
versions of perl might do something different from the version of perl
you try it out on. Here be dragons.
So don't do that!! :)
'my' buggy... and my $cache = undef if undef; hit upon that.
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