On Tue, May 01, 2018 at 01:43:44AM -0700, ToddAndMargo wrote:
: The worst thing I had problems with in Perl was folks telling it
: was "Lexiconical".  What?  I wish they would have also said "which
: means Perl figures out your variables type on the fly, so you don't
: have to type cast everything".

Just so that nobody overgeneralizes this into a general Perl meme, let
me point out that to the best of my recollection (which ain't as good
as it used to was), I've never heard the term "lexiconical" used that
way (or any way, really), and I'd be completely weirded out if someone
used it that way, since dynamic typing (figuring out types on the fly)
has almost nothing to do with either lexicons or lexical scoping.

So I suspect someone has subjected you to a rather idiosyncratic
term and definition there...


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