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- A computer program's ability to sense the user's intentions rather than work according to a well-defined specification.
- 2005, Damian Conway, Perl Best Practices:
- This dwimmery causes the model to show that polar melting rates have absolutely no connection to world climate in general, and to rising ocean levels in particular.
- 2005 May 6, Larry Wall, “stdio”, in perl.perl6.language, Usenet:
- I think that, as with various other parts of Perl 6, we can try to sweep all the dwimmery into one spot so that it can be easily recognized and/or avoided.
- 2007 November 11, Michele Dondi, “Why can't you slice an array @a[3..-1]?”, in comp.lang.perl.misc, Usenet:
- The big challenge of Perl 6 is to achieve a high degree of dwimmery