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#1: How could I enable local variables by default?

Posted on 2007-11-12 09:40:29 by Joe Mayo

Hello,

is it possible to enable local variables by default?
This means instead of typing "my" before the variable, to type variables
without the "my" keyword they should be automatically local.
And if this is possible, I suppose global variables are variables which
are specified outside of sub routines (functions)?

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#2: Re: How could I enable local variables by default?

Posted on 2007-11-13 19:25:31 by Jim Gibson

In article <13jg4a0ff7m45b@corp.supernews.com>, Joe Mayo
<joe.mayo@supermail.tld> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> is it possible to enable local variables by default?

No.

> This means instead of typing "my" before the variable, to type variables
> without the "my" keyword they should be automatically local.
> And if this is possible, I suppose global variables are variables which
> are specified outside of sub routines (functions)?

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Jim Gibson

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