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Perl Operator Precedences

Operator Precedence

Perl operators have the following precedence, listed from the highest to the lowest, where operators at the same precedence level resolve according to associativity:

Parentheses can be used to group an expression into a term.
A list consists of expressions, variables, or lists, separated by commas. An array variable or an array slice many always be used instead of a list.


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