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Re^4: closure clarity, please

by ikegami (Pope)
on Nov 24, 2009 at 20:52 UTC ( #809205=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: closure clarity, please
in thread closure clarity, please

Ok, I can understand that confusion. Lexicals are actually allocated very early on (compile-time?) and on scope exit. This allows for the creation of private variables:

package Foo; my $x; sub set_x { validate($_[0]); $x = $_[0]; } sub get_x { die("uninitialized") if !defined($x); $x } 1;
or
{ my $x; sub set_x { validate($_[0]); $x = $_[0]; } sub get_x { die("uninitialized") if !defined($x); $x } }


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Re^5: closure clarity, please
by JadeNB (Chaplain) on Nov 25, 2009 at 07:05 UTC
    Lexicals are actually allocated very early on (compile-time?)
    I think that it must be true that lexicals are allocated at compile time—at least, if my timeline in Re^4: closure clarity, please is anything near the correct one. I can't see any other reason why the call to f on line 27 of Re^3: closure clarity, please (which I called step 9) would be affected by the call to g on line 23 (which I called step 7). (In fact, I thought that I stole this observation from a post of yours that I read long ago ….)
      The alternative is that they could be vivified by the capture.

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