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By alecn
Published: Oct 11 2013 / 11:13

If you're wondering when you should use eval(), the author has a strong opinion: never. Eval(), which is basically a way to execute arbitrary code from a string or variable, is possibly the most dangerous thing ever. In this article, the author explains why.
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