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**Modern Subroutine Calling**
-Avoid tutorials which invoke subroutines as `&subname()`. Perl 4 required that subroutines were called with a leading ampersand `&`. In Perl 5 this still has meaning, but is not likely what you mean, and certainly shouldn't be taught in an introduction lesson. If a tutorial teaches this convention, it is at best woefully out of date, and at worst written by someone who does not understand the implications of the new convention.
+Avoid tutorials which invoke subroutines as `&subname()`. Perl 4 required that subroutines were called with a leading ampersand `&`. In Perl 5 subroutines are invoked as `subname()` . The `&` invokation still has meaning, but is not likely what you mean, and certainly shouldn't be taught in an introduction lesson. If a tutorial teaches this convention, it is at best woefully out of date, and at worst written by someone who does not understand the implications of the new convention.
**Preach code reuse**

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