I suppose I could also use this :-)
my $s = Scope->new( probe => $netlist )
in => [ 'System input', 'active', 1 ],
out_1 => [ 'Lpf bank1', 'active', 1 ],
out_2 => [ 'Lpf bank2', 'active', 1024 ],
out => [ 'System output', 'active', 1 ],
bank2 => [ 'Switch pos', 'active', 1 ],
after the first arguments look nice,
especially since the first arguments are instance handles,
and I use them as a hash key.
In this example the arguments to anatrace really
aren't mutators, they are constructors of sub-objects.
They are waveforms being added to a scope display.
Is the problem that you perceive just with mutators,
or does it also apply to sub-object constructors?
Can you provide examples of acceptable method
chaining, and contrast it with problematic method
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
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