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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Basically the rules are a bunch of "ands" or short circuit operators right? So the order doesn't matter for anything but execution speed. So if you have

        common_but_lengthy() && rare_but_short()

    It should be re-written as

        rare_but_short() && common_but_lengthy()

    Not because it's any more correct, but because as you point out it saves time. So switching the order of how F::F::R does things shouldn't affect the correctness right?