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Add a note about declarative semantics to the section on interpolated…

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@@ -1249,6 +1249,10 @@ Or course, you can also
to be clear that you mean junctive semantics.
+An interpolated array using junctive semantics is declarative
+(participates in external longest token matching) only if it's
+known to be constant at the time the regex is compiled.
As with a scalar variable, each element is matched as a literal
unless it happens to be a C<Regex> object, in which case it is matched
as a subrule. As with scalar subrules, a tainted subrule always fails.

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