Thanks to jeffa for explaining what the heck was going on -- until I read his node (the last on this page) I had no idea what you folks were talking about (again).
This is very cool, but it would also make debugging a bit of a challenge -- who wants to re-write code to catch an intermediate result?
While it is a little longer to say ..
my $soap = uri('http://www.soaplite.com/Temperatures');
.. in terms of code maintenance that's much better (if I've translated that back correctly).
Life is short: get busy!
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