modulus operator as implemented by your C compiler\. This
operator is not as well defined for negative operands\, but
it will execute faster\.
I don't know if the technical description correctly describes what
perl is doing, but it says that it should "give you direct access to
the modulus operator as implemented by your C compiler." On both my
Sun WorkShop Compilers 4.2 (SunOS5.6) and my gcc version egcs-2.91.66
-1 % 2 = -1
while perl gives me
-1 % 2 = 1
Doesn't too. Perl knows both ways to skin a modulus, depending on
whether C<use integer> is in scope. Try it.
Optional flags arg to disable bless|tie on retrieve/thaw
Signed-off-by: Reini Urban <firstname.lastname@example.org>
and added documentation, reformat, compute CAN_FLOCK at compile-time.
See [cperl #120]
- removed pod/perlcdelta.pod changes
- this commit removed auto-loading modules for overloading, which
was reinstated in a later commit.
cherry-picked from 04b58ce
Migrated from rt.perl.org#924 (status was 'resolved')
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