Yup, a simple matter of adding the -T to the command line.
Something struck me as a little odd there, so I played around and discovered that warnings don't follow the same rule -- warnings can be turned on or off from the shebang without appearing on the command line. So, is -w the only option to which this applies?
(Not that it matters much; I always use use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics;, but I'm curious to know how it works.)_______________
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