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Re: type glob problem

by rir (Vicar)
on Mar 03, 2009 at 22:11 UTC ( #747918=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to type glob problem

nagalenoj gave you the correct info; I'm just stating it another way. Your my @arra and your *arra are different and unrelated variables. The *arra is a package variable *main::arra which can, as a typeglob, refer to the variable @main::arra but that has nothing to do with a lexical, aka my, variable named @arra.

You are passing an empty typeglob to doublevalue. This demonstrates that you are passing nothing, loosely speaking, to your function:

my @arra = (10,20); print ">@main::arra<$/"; print ">>@arra<<$/";
Update: With your code, use warnings; would have flagged that the name main::arra was used only once, hinting at the problem. With use diagnostics; the message is more confusing as if it were written before lexical variables were added to the language.

Be well,

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