It is possible to create a CODE ref that is based on the _parse tree_ of another CODE ref?
Normally we create CODE refs by specifying the source code for the subroutine.
I would like to create a perl function which takes a CODE ref as input, accesses the parse tree of the CODE ref and creates a new sub by specifying what the new sub's parse tree should be. Also, the new parse tree could contain elements from the first sub's parse tree.
Is this possible?
SO link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12332046/create-a-perl-sub-by-specifying-its-parse-tree
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