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Using code like ref($me) eq 'my_class_name' can break inheritance if $me doesn't contain an object of your class, but rather an object of a class that inherits from your class. Far better to use the isa method (from the UNIVERSAL class).

if (ref($me} && $me->isa('my_class_name')) {
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In reply to Re: Re: OO Perl: calling a constructor within a class by davorg
in thread OO Perl: calling a constructor within a class by fx

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