Luke Palmer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 8/4/05, Ingo Blechschmidt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >     my $undef = undef;
> >     say $undef.chars?   # 0? undef? die?
> >     say chars $undef;   # 0? undef? die?
> >
> > I'd opt for "undef.chars" to be an error ("no such method") and "chars
> > undef" to return 0 (with a warning printed to STDERR^W$*ERR).
> Well, I think that "chars $undef" should be exactly equivalent to
> "$undef.chars".  In fact, I think it is: "chars $undef" is just the
> indirect object form.

Didn't $Larry rule that method calls on undef return undef, for the
same reason array and hash subscripting does?

Brent 'Dax' Royal-Gordon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Perl and Parrot hacker

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