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On Mon Jun 14 05:22:26 2010, nicholas wrote:
$ ~/Reference/5.8.0/bin/perl -lwe '$_ = chr 0x2020; print /\W/'
1
$ ~/Reference/5.8.0/bin/perl -lwe 'BEGIN {fileno utf8} $_ = chr
0x2020; print /\W/'
Name "main::utf8" used only once: possible typo at -e line 1.
Can't locate object method "SWASHNEW" via package "IO::Handle".


That certainly isn't *documented* behaviour from the regexp engine.
How about adding a flag to call_method? Should it begin with the G_
prefix like the other flags? We could call it G_NOIO. But G_ stands for
gimme and this would be specific to call_method. So what should it be
called?

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