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The usage you show is a xenomorph that escaped into the general population a long time ago and was finally hunted down and extirpated somewhere between 5.8.9 and 5.10.1. It did not reproduce, so you can relax.

>perl -wMstrict -MData::Dump -le "print $]; ;; my $self = { qw(rxml rxml_i_am rxml_ob rxml_ob_it_is) }; dd $self; ;; my( $rxml, $ob ) = @{%$self}{qw/rxml rxml_ob/}; print qq{'$rxml' '$ob'}; " 5.008009 { rxml => "rxml_i_am", rxml_ob => "rxml_ob_it_is" } 'rxml_i_am' 'rxml_ob_it_is'
>perl -wMstrict -MData::Dump -le "print $]; ;; my $self = { qw(rxml rxml_i_am rxml_ob rxml_ob_it_is) }; dd $self; ;; my( $rxml, $ob ) = @{%$self}{qw/rxml rxml_ob/}; print qq{'$rxml' '$ob'}; " 5.010001 { rxml => "rxml_i_am", rxml_ob => "rxml_ob_it_is" } Can't use string ("2/8") as a HASH ref while "strict refs" in use at - +e line 1.

In reply to Re: Hash statement problem. by AnomalousMonk
in thread Hash statement problem. by huchister

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