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Re: [ID 20000330.052] Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.)

From:
Tom Christiansen
Date:
March 30, 2000 20:06
Subject:
Re: [ID 20000330.052] Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.)
Message ID:
8234.954475551@chthon
>To resolve this bug I would like to see one of two things happen:

It's not a bug.  It may not be a feature, but it's not a bug.
The best way to resolve it is with a doc patch.  

>1. Remember whether we are doing variable interpolation or if the user
>actually spelled it out with '.' between each part of the string, and
>give either "... in concatenation (.)" or "... in string interpolation"
>as the warning, or

I'd like to see the patch for that.  Shall we invent new opcode
types and just toss compiler optimizations to the wind just because
people are dumb?

--tom



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