Heh.. not the first time I've been all wrong; likely not the last.
So, STDOUT is a glob? Of what? My understanding of globs is it's a bunch of filenames, which you can then iterate over to open, close, test, etc. Is that wrong too?
I'm not sure I follow your logic on the last statement. If, for a glob, Perl will check the IO::Handle namespace, then loading the IO::Handle module will populate that namespace with what Perl needs to find (in this case, the print method), yes? If not, please clarify your statements; I'd appreciate it.
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