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Hi, thanks for your feedback!

No, I haven't looked at the docs for Seamstress, just what I find clicking around in perlmonks. I was pretty overwhelmed by the amount of information out there and couldn't follow everything up. Maybe I'll have a closer look now.

One thing that might move me to try Seamstress is if there was a dummy application with a db back end that I could just take over and mold to my purposes. Is that what I'll get by clicking the view source link as you suggest? Going to check it out...

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    [shmem]: dereferencing is getting the thing a reference points to.
    [james28909]: but to me that sounds like it is actually referencing that data instead of dereferencing it. to me dereference means to break some kind of link or something
    [james28909]: the dereference is the physical address of the data needed referenced?
    [shmem]: "reference" something means making a reference to something. "dereference" means the invers, i.e. getting the thing the reference references.
    [james28909]: or the act of getting the data that way is called dereference?
    [james28909]: sorry for the dumb questions
    [james28909]: oh ok, i gotcha
    [shmem]: "talking of facts, it is irrelevant what you or I think about them." --Georg C. Lichtenberg
    [james28909]: is reference the same as aliasing?
    [shmem]: no

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