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search_isa() is simply @ISA, because can searches the whole inheritance tree of the supplied class.

use strict; use warnings; package AA; sub dostuff { print(scalar(caller()), $/); } package BB; package CC; BEGIN { our @ISA = 'AA'; } package DD; use vars qw(@ISA); BEGIN { @ISA = qw(BB CC); } sub dostuff { foreach my $super (@ISA) { #if (my $method = $super->can('dostuff')) { # -or- if (my $method = UNIVERSAL::can($super, 'dostuff')) { #print($super, $/); #print($method, $/); goto $method; } } } package main; #print(\&AA::dostuff, $/); bless({},'DD')->dostuff(); # Prints "main"

In reply to Re^2: goto superclass method by ikegami
in thread goto superclass method by avarus

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