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If you use warnings; you can use no warnings qw(foobar); in a block to turn off the foobar type warning. So you could do:

no warnings qw(uninitialized);

Or you could check your code, i.e.:

# so it's not undefined: $foo = 0 unless (defined $foo);

I put a big write up on my scratchpad for somebody about using use warnings for fine grained control. Check it out if you're interested.


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In reply to Re: Re: Re: CamelTrouble by Vautrin
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