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Either use UNIVERSAL's "can" method, or look up the name in the symbol table hash %FunctionsSet:: (see perlmod) e.g.
use strict; use warnings; package FunctionsSet; sub function1 { warn "This is function1" } sub function2 { warn "This is function2" } sub function3 { warn "This is function3" } sub function4 { warn "This is function4" } package main; my @names = qw/function1 function4/; foreach my $func (@names) { FunctionsSet->can($func)->(); } my @more_names = qw/function2 function3/; foreach my $func (@more_names) { $FunctionsSet::{$func}->(); }

In reply to Re: Access functions by name by Arunbear
in thread Access functions by name by shmf

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