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I googled for a while, and no where it is stated like don't use strict it will eat up your processor / memory !!!!!!!

I personally believe that it is a basic and hystorical claim of clpmisc's moronzilla's that strict in connection with my will make one's program slow and inefficient. Of course nobody would want to trust those remarks, or let alone pay attention to them: it's just a little bit of Perl folklore...

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In reply to Re^2: removing "use strict" eventually by blazar
in thread removing "use strict" eventually by Anonymous Monk

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