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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I certainly don't agree with replacing "if else" with "? :". You throw your readability out the window, IMO. But I guess that is what makes it "extreme".
    • Each has it's use in it's place. Use "? :" when you need to return a value in a statement inline. E.g.,
      my $x = $test ? $y : $z;
      # is better (disclaimer - IMHO) than:
      my $x;
      if ($test) {
        $x = $y;
      } else {
        $x = $z;
      }
      All of the examples of "? :" in that document (that I can see) are similar to this, so they're ok. Using "? :" in a void context is arguably not so good.