On 9/25/05, Yuval Kogman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > In order to enforce that level of compile-time type safely, you should > > need to declare my Dog $dog, or stick a pragma up top: > > That's the point of my question - why? What do I lose by > inferrencing?
Nothing that I see. I recant my arguments when strict inferencing is in place. That's exactly how I'd want it to work when optimization and/or stricture is in place. It'd be a *very* nice compiler feature. Ashley Winters