02.09.2015, 16:42, "Robert Strahl via perl6-users" <perl6-users@perl.org>:
>  I don't understand why some people feel so strongly that one-liners should 
> be strict. That would undermine what a one-liner is — a quick way to get 
> something done. I use perl5 one-liners very frequently for text processing, 
> especially when stringing / piping together shell code. When I need to re-use 
> the code, then I put it into a script and make it strict and bulletproof in 
> other ways. Declaring variables in the one-liner context makes no sense.

I agree, and these are all valid con arguments, but so far I did not have a 
opportunity to hear any arguments for opposite.

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