|a slightly different approach....
eval decides he knows exactly where the problem
lies and so turns the key and proudly proclaims, "Yup,
this car is broken." But says no more.
grep decides he knows exactly where the problem
lies and promptly replaces the entire unnamed engine
block list with last week's copy of the Wall Street Journal
proudly proclaiming, "sh$_ happens."
map decides he doesn't know squat and
systematically iterates through @car calling various
diagnostic and fixative subroutines
thereby discovering an unmatched curly brace
left behind in $AUTOLOAD when do
borrowed the car last week.
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