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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Care to give an example of the conflict? It could be possible to phrase things in such a way that you say "well it's $foo, but in reality you're going to be more interested in $bar because..."
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    • Well, the "Philosophy behind Parrot" question (which is a very good question) for one. That's the biggest. The "It's really X, but you probably are thinking of Y" won't work there--the gap between X and Y is rather large. Also potentially counterproductive, as Y really doesn't answer the question and, worse yet, will lead people to think that it does answer the question.

      That makes up my mind, though. The right answers go in. I'd rather seem nonsensical than be actively misleading. Thanks.