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You are not calling your anonymous subs as methods, thus they don't get any invocant ($self). You could call them like this:

my $method = $a->answers->{answers_comments}; $a->answers->$method( 123, 134, 145, { order => "desc", sort => "votes", }, );

Then they'll have an invocant.

It would be much saner though to install your methods as genuine methods, not coderefs floating around attached to blessed objects.

# in use Sub::Name 'subname'; *answers_comments = subname( "Net::StackExchange::V2::Answer::answers_comments", one_param("answers","comments"), );

Now you can call it like a proper method:

$a->answers->answers_comments( 123, 134, 145, { order => "desc", sort => "votes", }, );
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In reply to Re: is my api wrapper abstraction ok (is it perlish?) by tobyink
in thread is my api wrapper abstraction ok (is it perlish?) by gideondsouza

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