Imagine the reaction you could get by saying this:
Oh, you’re still using Grunt? Personally I’ve moved on from the declarative paradigm.
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For example, a 2012 Gallup poll—conducted by Gates and Frank Newport—shows that 16 percent of LGBT people make more than $90,000 per year, while 21 percent of the general population does. At the same time, a whopping 35 percent of LGBT individuals report incomes less than $24,000, compared to only 24 percent for the general population.
“Work finally begins,” says Alain de Botton, “when the fear of doing nothing exceeds the fear of doing it badly.”
"In a scalar context, the comma operator , evaluates the left operand, discards the result and then returns the right operand"
That use of a comma probably occurs more from typos than anything else, but this is a really weird choice. I guess you could do:
$bar = print(“assigning 5”), 5
But why would you want to?