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It could be a bug in the conditional operator '?:' #54

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p5pRT opened this issue Jun 11, 1999 · 1 comment
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It could be a bug in the conditional operator '?:' #54

p5pRT opened this issue Jun 11, 1999 · 1 comment

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@p5pRT p5pRT commented Jun 11, 1999

Migrated from rt.perl.org#856 (status was 'resolved')

Searchable as RT856$

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@p5pRT p5pRT commented Jun 11, 1999

From mneumann@clip.de

I had problems with the following code​:

($s_gid && $s_gid ne $gid{"$s_user"}) ? $grpc = "-g $group{\"$s_gid\"}"
: $grpc = "";
$s_shell ? $shc = "-s $s_shell" : $shc = "";
$s_hdir ? $dirc = "-d $s_hdir" : $dirc = "";

that doesn't ran, but the following​:

  ($s_gid && $s_gid ne $gid{"$s_user"}) ? {$grpc = "-g
$group{\"$s_gid\"}"} : {$grpc = ""};
  $s_shell ? {$shc = "-s $s_shell"} : {$shc = ""};
  $s_hdir ? {$dirc = "-d $s_hdir"} : {$dirc = ""};

ran correct.

The '?​:' - operator should be higher that the '=',
but it needs the '{}' or '()' for working.

I'm a greenhorn in programming Perl (i do it for three months), so I'm
not sure if it is reaaly a bug or my own mistake.
So if I don't get an answer from your I'll having a red head and I'll be
sure it IS my mistake....

bye

Markus Neumann

@p5pRT p5pRT closed this Nov 28, 2003
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