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cimal number > 0xffffffff non-portable (W portable) The hexadecimal number you specified is larger than 2**32-1 (4294967295) and therefore non-portable between systems. See perlport for more on portability concerns. Ill-formed CRTL environ value "%s" (W internal) A warning peculiar to VMS. Perl tried to read the CRTL's internal environ array, and encountered an element without the = delimiter used to spearate keys from values. The element is ignored. Ill-formed message in prime_env_iter: |%s| (W internal) A warning peculiar to VMS. Perl tried to read a logical name or CLI symbol definition when preparing to iterate over %ENV, and didn't see the expected delimiter between key and value, so the line was ignored. Illegal binary digit %s (F) You used a digit other than 0 or 1 in a binary number. Illegal binary digit %s ignored (W digit) You may have tried to use a digit other than 0 or 1 in a binary number. Interpretation of the binary number stopped before the offending digit. Illegal number of bits in vec (F) The number of bits in vec() (the third argument) must be a power of two from 1 to 32 (or 64, if your platform supports that). Integer overflow in %s number (W overflow) The hexadecimal, octal or binary number you have specified either as a literal or as an argument to hex() or oct() is too big for your architecture, and has been converted to a floating point number. On a 32-bit architecture the largest hexadecimal, octal or binary number representable without overflow is 0xFFFFFFFF, 037777777777, or 0b11111111111111111111111111111111 respectively. Note that Perl transparently promotes all numbers to a floating point representation internally--subject to loss of precision errors in subsequent operations. Invalid %s attribute: %s The indicated attribute for a subroutine or variable was not recognized by Perl or by a user-supplied handler. See attributes. Invalid %s attributes: %s The indicated attributes for a subroutine or variable were not recognized by Perl or by a user-supplied handler. See attributes. invalid [] range "%s" in regexp The offending range is now explicitly displayed. Invalid separator character %s in attribute list (F) Something other than a colon or whitespace was seen between the elements of an attribute list. If the previous attribute had a parenthesised parameter list, perhaps that list was terminated too soon. See attributes. Invalid separator character %s in subroutine attribute list (F) Something other than a colon or whitespace was seen between the elements of a subroutine attribute list. If the previous attribute had a parenthesised parameter list, perhaps that list was terminated too soon. leaving effective %s failed (F) While under the use filetest pragma, switching the real and effective uids or gids failed. Lvalue subs returning %s not implemented yet (F) Due to limitations