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Which, of course, would not make sense to do.   The constructor’s purpose is to return a new unique instance of a blessed object as its return value.   So, the only “debate” here is whether, within the body of that constructor, the hash that is to be returned is specified anonymously or not.   And, it makes utterly no difference one way or the other to Perl.

In reply to Re^3: Anonymous Hash in Constructor by sundialsvc4
in thread Anonymous Hash in Constructor by puneet.keswani

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