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Re^2: Help.pm automatically explains how to use misused objects

by Dominus (Parson)
on Jan 12, 2008 at 01:29 UTC ( #662020=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Help.pm automatically explains how to use misused objects
in thread Help.pm automatically explains how to use misused objects

Neat except ... why the blog?
Well, my interests are a lot wider than Perl. And I like to post about them. And you folks would be unhappy if I posted my meditations on translations of Boccaccio here on Perlmonks. So I have a blog. And since I have a blog, it's the natural place to post when I write something that does happen to be about Perl. And if I wanted to post it here, I'd have to mark it up and format it a second time. So it's a lot easier to just post a reference to the blog.

But if you want to mark it up and format it a second time and post it here, please be my guest.

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[ikegami]: That should be ${ $hash{$key} }[$_] because it's $a[$_] when you don't use a ref.
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