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Subject: Policy suggestion: Require croak/die when getting wrong number of args
I don't know how to write Perl::Critic policies, so I'm submitting this suggestion here. Many methods and subroutines take key/value pairs as arguments. It feels natural, then, to write something like this: sub new { }
On Mon Jan 26 03:04:10 2009, HINRIK wrote:
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> I don't know how to write Perl::Critic policies, so I'm submitting this > suggestion here. > > Many methods and subroutines take key/value pairs as arguments. It feels > natural, then, to write something like this: > > sub new { > > }
This ticket can be closed/deleted. I hit the "Create" button too soon. See ticket #42790 instead.
This bug is a dupe.


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