Larry Wall skribis 2006-01-12 12:40 (-0800):
> Well, it could be a lazy list that you only ever pop, I suppose.
> In any event, it doesn't work syntactically because ... is where a
> term is expected, so it's a yada-yada-yada with an unexpected term
> following it.

Why avoid having both ... and ...$foo? MMD, longest-match, ugly hacks,
there's a bag full of tricks that could be used, so I gathered there
must be a philosophical reason not to have this. I just can't think of
any that would weigh more than having ...$foo around.


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