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Also I want to suggest another thing in documentation, which is a bit related:
Now in documentation there is a section 'Logical or and Exclusive Or' - https://perldoc.perl.org/perlop#Logical-or-and-Exclusive-Or. Both operators 'or' and 'xor' has the same precedence. But I think they differ from each other by significant: 1) one short-circuits, another - doesn't, 2) one - returns only 1 or ''/0, another returns last expression (in case of left expression it is returned evaluated). I suggest to split it into separate sections.
As they were both in one section, I though of their similar behavior, and once I thought 'xor' will return last expression not 1 or ''/0 (related node: 'xor' operator is not a sibling to 'or' and 'and'?).

In reply to Re^3: Situation where warning "Found = in conditional, should be" seems obsolete (documentation) by rsFalse
in thread Situation where warning "Found = in conditional, should be" seems obsolete by rsFalse

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