does something funny when creating a new object from an existing Math::BigInt
my $x = new Math::BigInt 27;
my $y = $x->new(44); # this is the funny bit
my $z = Math::BigInt->new(99);
From the debugger, this is what $y
DB<1> x $y
'sign' => '+'
'value' => ARRAY(0xbc9cd4)
Why is the class now '27'? And a print
DB<2> p $y
While the 'value' is right, any further operations with $y
Update: Bug reported here.
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