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Re: Ternary Operator with Subroutine

by biohisham (Priest)
on Aug 11, 2011 at 23:08 UTC ( #919963=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Ternary Operator with Subroutine

When you assign to a reference a value (in this case an anonymous sub), dereference that reference to access its value:
hisham@bioslayer:~$ perl - my $subref = sub{print 'a',"\n";}; (my $test)?print 'c' : $subref->(); #dereference with infix arrow oper +ator __END__ a hisham@bioslayer:~$ perl - my $subref = sub{print 'a',"\n"}; (my $test)?print 'c' : &{$subref}; #dereference with &{} __END__ a
check %perldoc perlsub



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