Over and over I see people recommending that we use perl -d. However, I
find it more convenient to use the #/.... -d syntax. Idiosyncratic?
Maybe. But it's a 10 year idiosyncracy. So the question: why is perl -d

BTW, I found in 5.6... And 5.8... on Solaris that -w and -d do not play
nicely. But once I switched to "use warnings" the problems went away.

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