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Because there are clearly times when the single-argument forms are appropriate, I would not (as I have said before) suggest that this be a high-severity warning. However, it would be a good thing to tickle at a lower severity, from the point of view of "are you sure you know what you're doing, here?"
By that paragraph, we are exactly agreeing :)
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In reply to Re^5: RFC: Perl-Critic policy: ProhibitInlineSystemArgs