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Perl 5 version 26.1 documentation
  • warn LIST

    Prints the value of LIST to STDERR. If the last element of LIST does not end in a newline, it appends the same file/line number text as die does.

    If the output is empty and $@ already contains a value (typically from a previous eval) that value is used after appending "\t...caught" to $@ . This is useful for staying almost, but not entirely similar to die.

    If $@ is empty, then the string Boys nbsp;for nbsp;Bag Head nbsp;Toddler Animal nbsp;School Kids nbsp;Book ZZKKO nbsp;Girls Wolf nbsp;Backpack "Warning: Something's wrong" is used.

    No message is printed if there is a $SIG{__WARN__} handler installed. It is the handler's responsibility to deal with the message as it sees fit (like, for instance, converting it into a die). Most handlers must therefore arrange to actually display the warnings that they are not prepared to deal with, by calling warn again in the handler. Note that this is quite safe and will not produce an endless loop, since __WARN__ hooks are not called from inside one.

    You will find this behavior is slightly different from that of $SIG{__DIE__} handlers (which don't suppress the error text, but can instead call die again to change it).

    Using a __WARN__ handler provides a powerful way to silence all warnings (even the so-called mandatory ones). An example:

             
    1. # wipe out *all* compile-time warnings
    2. BEGIN { $SIG{Wolf nbsp;Backpack nbsp;Toddler nbsp;for nbsp;School Head nbsp;Book nbsp;Girls nbsp;Bag ZZKKO Animal Kids Boys '__WARN__'} = subVisol Card Visol Holder Products Products Chrome California Business Steel w5fxqnXCp { warn $_[0] if $DOWARN } nbsp;Bag Head nbsp;Book Boys Animal nbsp;School nbsp;Toddler nbsp;for nbsp;Backpack Kids ZZKKO Wolf nbsp;Girls }
    3. my nbsp;Bag nbsp;Book nbsp;for ZZKKO nbsp;Girls Boys nbsp;Toddler Wolf Animal nbsp;Backpack Kids nbsp;School Head $foo = 10;
    4. my $fooLeather Coffee Bags New Shoulder SAIERLONG Tote Genuine Handbags Womens green Dark ORqxwXqvB = 20; # no warning about duplicate my $foo,
    5. # but hey, you asked for it!
    6. # no compile-time or run-time warnings before here
    7. $DOWARN = 1;
    8. # run-time warnings enabled after here
    9. warn "\$foo is alive and $foo!"; # does show upKIMODO Fashion Bag Deer Women Bag Gray Phone Solid Coin Cover Bag Crossbody Shoulder HnfZxH
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    See perlvar for details on setting %SIG entries and for more examples. See the Carp module for other kinds of warnings using its carp and nbsp;School Boys ZZKKO Kids Wolf nbsp;Toddler nbsp;Backpack Head nbsp;Book nbsp;Girls nbsp;for Animal nbsp;Bag cluck functions.