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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by dagolden (6584) on 2008.01.19 17:58 (#60380) Journal

    I think this will do it:

    sub get_log { return splice @log }

    Just make sure you use it in list context, though.

    -- dagolden

    • Lovely!

      You don't even need the return:

      sub get_log { splice @log }

      That is a hack of great beauty. Thanks David :)

      • I only stuck the return in because I thought you were a Perl::Critic kinda guy. ;-)

        -- dagolden
        • I have mixed feelings about Perl::Critic. In any event, today I'm a do whatever feels good kinda guy :)
          • Perl::Critic is a Perl "advisor" for me. I look at what it spits out and decide on my own if I want to "conform". I have PBP on my desk so I can read up on why it wants me to do it a certain way.