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Subject: Explicit `return` prevens Failure explosion in sinkage
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Unsure if this is on purpose or not: If I have a variable with a Failure in it and I let it be the last statement of a sub, so it's returned, and I call the sub and let its return sink, the failure explodes: $ perl6 -e 'sub wone { fail }; sub two { my $x = wone; $x }(); say "all good"' Failed in sub wone at -e line 1 in sub two at -e line 1 in block <unit> at -e line 1 Actually thrown at: in block <unit> at -e line 1 BUT, if I use an explicit `return`, the explosion no longer happens: $ perl6 -e 'sub wone { fail }; sub two { my $x = wone; return $x }(); say "all good"' all good


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