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Re: Why doesn't Perl provide %_ as the hash equivalent of @_ in subs?

by choroba (Abbot)
on Sep 26, 2013 at 09:58 UTC ( #1055804=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Why doesn't Perl provide %_ as the hash equivalent of @_ in subs?

Nice idea, really. I am just not sure how to make it work with objects: the first parameter is a class or an object reference, the named parameters follow.

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Comment on Re: Why doesn't Perl provide %_ as the hash equivalent of @_ in subs?
Re^2: Why doesn't Perl provide %_ as the hash equivalent of @_ in subs?
by smls (Friar) on Sep 26, 2013 at 10:07 UTC

    Hm, good point.
    I guess it could be made so that in case of an uneven sized list, it excludes the first item.

    But that would break consistency with regard how uneven lists are usually interpreted as hashes, which I think is to exclude the last item and printing a warning.

      Or, maybe, the hash is created once you use the variable for the first time, so you can safely shift the $self or $class.
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