Hi Perl lovers,
In perl code some time we used to give the statments like
my $result = $one || $two;
Every perl lovers what the above perl statement does.
Here my question begins.
use Module1 || Module2
use Module1 && Module2
Perl Module2 is going to do soem generic activities if Module1 is not installed in the System. this is what my
I am damn sure that there could be a valid reason why that is not acceptable in perl
I am eager to know the answers from all perl lovers !perl haters. :-)
"Keep pouring your ideas"
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