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Re^2: Being more Assert-ive with Perl

by antirice (Priest)
on Sep 18, 2004 at 02:10 UTC ( #391931=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Being more Assert-ive with Perl
in thread Being more Assert-ive with Perl

Perhaps instead of using ref you should check out Scalar::Util's reftype?

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Re^3: Being more Assert-ive with Perl
by ysth (Canon) on Sep 19, 2004 at 03:26 UTC
    The only real solution to this problem is to see if you can use something as the type of ref you want:
    sub hashref { eval { \%{$_[0]} } } sub myfunc { hashref($_[0]) or die "myfunc expected a hashref"; }
    reftype won't handle all cases (e.g. deref-overloading or perl4-style glob passing).

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