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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I used to believe in strong typing... then my keyboards kept wearing out.
    --
    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
  • All four terms are a bit murky in Perl.
    • Perl is strongly typed, because there is absolutely, positively no way in Hell you can coerce a hashref into a listref or a coderef.
    • Perl is weakly typed, because you really don't care what happens if you use an integer as a string, or a string as an integer. It all just works.
    • Perl is statically typed because the compiler creates $foo as a scalar variable, and it will always remain so. $foo will never be a list, hash or subroutine.
    • Perl is dynamically typed becaus
  • Don't forget that Perl is also stereo typed, mis typed, and best of all, my type(d).