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The answer is yes and no. refractoring the entire script is not an option for me right now. The script is with some bugs and not all that stable. The coupling may not be made looser for the global variables, but still, fixing bugs and adding functionality is easier on the human mind when the code is broken into many files, and use strict is applied. Although actually two monster hashes are used, the rest is very loosely coupled, instead of having almost everything coupled. The added complexity due to a few hash deferencing is linear. The added complexity of a multitude of lines of code and not using use strict is exponential (at least to me, I am an EE, not CS person). Even in Ruby, the self proclaimed OO queen, one can still globally loop on all instances of a certain class. This is a lexical analog , in a sense, that I have just 1 instance of this 1 "class". Some things, in any script that I know, are global (environment variables, for instance), this is, in a way for the usage fo these two hashes, similar. I need the management buy in to do what you suggest, and not w/o reason, I do not have it. I do understand where you come from, and would very much like to accept your offer, but it's not just up to me. Thank you for time.

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