If you aren't supposed to be able to use func_get_args() as a function
parameter, but you can get away with it if you make it the *first* param,
is that a bug or a feature?
funcy(func_get_args(), 'p1', 3);
funcy('p1', 3, func_get_args());
i assume this works because whatever func_get_args() reads gets
rebuilt in the course of processing a new function call. and that
in the 1st case, it hasn't begun the new list yet, so it can
still read the current one.
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