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Re: Re: The Dynamic Method Calls Strike Back

by bikeNomad (Priest)
on Aug 28, 2001 at 03:03 UTC ( #108307=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: The Dynamic Method Calls Strike Back
in thread The Dynamic Method Calls Strike Back

The Dark Side beckons... in Class::Prototyped we used "no strict 'refs'" a mere 19 times...

If you know why you need it, you should be able to use it. This is the Perl Way. We have the knobs on the back of the set at our disposal.

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[shmem]: perl -e 'warn "test$/", ^@^ '
[Eily]: well, at least it's right about warn doing the same thing as die :)
[shmem]: same with undef as last element
[msh210]: oh, good point. It's the best kind of correct
[shmem]: msh210: but I'd not call it a lie outright. That's when you do know the truth.
[msh210]: I don't have sendmail (I'm on MS Windows), so does one of you think you can report the bug?
[shmem]: msh210: 'tis about time to tell the sad truth to perl5porters - via perlbug
[msh210]: probably whoever wrote that actually knows the truth
[shmem]: msh210: you can save the perlbug text in a file and send that via your mail agent of choice
[msh210]: hm, okay, I'll try, thanks

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