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One problem with the approach you set forth is that it doesn't survive subclassing.


use strict; use warnings; { package Foo; sub new { bless {}, shift }; BEGIN { no strict 'refs'; for my $property (qw/foo bar/) { *$property = sub : lvalue { $_[0]->{$property} }; } } } { package Bar; use base qw(Foo); BEGIN { no strict 'refs'; for my $property (qw/fribble ni/) { *$property = sub : lvalue { $_[0]->{$property} }; } } }; my $o = Bar->new; $o->foo=1; $o->bar=2; $o->fribble=3; $o->ni=4; print join(', ', $o->foo, $o->bar, $o->fribble, $o->ni), "\n"; # produces # 1, 2, 3, 4

or am I missing something?

In reply to Re^2: $foo->bar = 14; by adrianh
in thread $foo->bar = 14; by Juerd

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