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Re: What is %_

by guice (Scribe)
on May 16, 2000 at 02:25 UTC ( #11763=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to What is %_

Well, I'm not totally sure what sets %_ myself, but I have found out that you can use %_.
Just don't 'my' it:
&mySub(); sub mySub{ my %Defaults = (Name => 'Russ', Job => 'Programmer', Language => 'Perl'); local %_ = (%Defaults, @_); # Warning, this does not compile! ### #(Now use %_ as my argument list) ### print "The name is: $_{Name}\n"; }
That works perfectly fine. It would be intersting to see if there is an internal perl action/method/function that will actually set %_, like it does with $_ and @_;

Any takers?

-- philip
We put the 'K' in kwality!

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